Our Counseling model, Support Group meetings, and Case Management Services provide a well-rounded approach to help identify barriers, encourage a healthy lifestyle and achieve personal goals.
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Our licensed mental health therapists provide a safe space for individuals to talk about their struggles. They also support those who experience mental and emotional distress by managing: depression, stress, anxiety, self-esteem, anger, and relationships.
Our licensed therapists conduct substance abuse and mental health assessment evaluations. Also, provide emotional support to individuals, and conduct one-on-one sessions to overcome their dependency and become self-sufficient. The therapists work with the clients to help them heal from the trauma inflicted by addiction.
Individuals needing to attend anger management classes are encouraged to take the assessment first. Assessments help identify other areas to work on.
Anger management class/assessment can be ordered by a judge, parole officer, probation officer, employer, family member, attorney, etc.
Purpose of the class: Has anger become a habit for you? How?
- Learn to effectively manage anger
- Stop the threat of violence
- Improve self-control over thoughts and actions
- Obtain positive support from others
Court Ordered Anger Management assessment: 1-hour evaluation.
Anger Management classes/counseling: 4 to 32 hours – based on the evaluation.
Classes are designed to help parents obtain skills needed to raise physically, psychologically, and emotionally healthy children. Classes help increase understanding about child development and work with parents to help their children learn, grow, and develop to meet their full potential.
In Person/Virtual Classes available. - 8,12, 16 or 32-hours options
Life skills class serves as a source of motivation and inspiration to encourage individuals or families to navigate barriers that prevent success. The staff works with individuals and families to learn skills to understand decision-making, problem-solving, resume assistance, mock interviewing, and suiting options for job readiness.
Domestic Violence can be a single act or a repetition of behavior in relationships and could happen to anybody. It is present in every community, regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, race, socioeconomic status, religion, or nationality.
Regardless of being a male or female, you must not remain silent. “Talk with a friend, family member, coworker, or neighbor about domestic violence”.
- Medicaid/Pregnancy Insurance
- Housing Search/HARK NWA/Rental/Utilities
- Childcare Voucher
- Social Security Card
- Birth Certification
- Job Readiness Awareness
- Job Search
- Individuals sharing their experiences can help them face and work through personal problems
- Aim to help individuals build and maintain healthy relationships
- Share words of encouragement and healthy habits with allies struggling
- Meet other people who are coping and want to share their stories in a safe setting
- Group sizes are limited for social distancing
- Date/Time may vary