Children’s Counseling Program

Therapeutic intervention provided by a Licensed Professional Counselor. The Children’s Counselor works individually with a child to help them learn and develop healthy coping skills necessary to process the violence they have been subjected to.

 

After School Program

Provides one-on-one mentoring to school age children, grades K – 12, to address their academic needs. Program activities are offered Monday – Friday, 3:30 – 5:30 pm and include homework assistance, safety education, social enrichment activities and physical education programs. Individual tutoring is offered two days a week by certified school teachers.

 

Holiday Program

Offered in lieu of the after school program to school age children, grades K – 12, during school holidays. Program activities are offered Monday -Friday 12:30 – 5:30 pm and include arts, crafts, physical fitness and social enrichment activities.

 

Summer Program

Designed to be innovative, challenging and fun the summer program provides school age children, who have fallen behind academically, the opportunity to catch up during the summer months. Program activities include reading and math camps, physical activities, arts, crafts, games and interactive social enrichment activities.

 

Positive Parenting Practices

Designed to foster healthy relationships between mothers and their children. Program activities include weekly information presentations on parenting issues; individual sessions tailored to the specific needs of a family and a fun interactive program designed to strengthen the family unit through structured activities.

 

Early Childhood Education Program

A curriculum based educational day program for pre-school children (ages 3-5) and their mothers. Program objectives include developing fine motor and sensory skills, increasing basic cognitive abilities, and positive social development.

 

Support Groups

Curriculum based programs, offered three nights a week, for school age children on the importance of health and fitness, the effects of tobacco, alcohol and other drugs, peer pressure and the dynamics of family violence.