activities, in a supportive environment to help children ages 6-12 build resilience in
the wake of abuse or neglect.
Individual services for youth ages 13-24 who have experienced
trauma. Services incorporate
individual support, advocacy, and life skill development.
Youth are able to engage in conversations about healthy relationships while empowering them to connect with their feelings and developing coping skills, through individual/or groups virtual settings.
Virtual Book Club
Discovering a Healthier You is a curriculum used in conjunction with the book Hope Looks Like You: Surviving Abuse.
Through connecting with the characters, participants are able to discuss difficult themes such as childhood trauma, sexual assault, and dating violence. Topics are introduced through creative writing and art activities
that allow people to express themselves. This book club will open paths to discover different ways of becoming an emotionally healthier person.
Child and Family Advocacy
Confidential and supportive services for parents with children at risk or already involved in the child welfare system. Prevention and intervention case management and advocacy services provided.
(Individual and Group)
Program for parents of all age groups. Teaches the stages of child development and how to care for yourself and your children. Available in both individual and group settings.
A group for women to build coping skills and move forward after experiencing trauma. Focusing on recovery, health and resilience.