empowered 4,000 individuals and families
To live more fulfilling lives by overcoming the ups and downs of marriage, divorce, parent- child conflicts, child behavior issues, death of a loved one, chronic illness, domestic violence abuse and addictions.
END (Establishing Non-Violent Directions), a court mandated anger management/domestic violence intervention program, gave 72 women the tools needed to control their anger, choose healthier relationships and grow into better mothers, daughters, sisters and wives.
CCW D (Children Coping With Divorce), a court mandated educational program for parents going through divorce, educated 468 parents on how to co-parent their children through this difficult transition.
Rollercoasters, an educational group for children affected by divorce, offered 7 children an outlet to express their sadness and fears of going through a divorce.
Head Start and Early Head Start Mental Health Consultant provided training, information, counseling and guidance to all children, caregivers and staff in Mobile and Washington Counties. 2,588 children, caregivers, and staff received the resources to create a positive environment where children can grow and thrive.
JAM (Juvenile Anger Management), an anger management group for high risk youth, taught 76 boys and girls and their parents how to recognize what makes them angry, how to talk to others when angry and how to engage in positive behaviors.
560 community members received Individual and Family Counseling for family struggles with child behavior issues, rape, domestic violence, addictions, grief and other life adjustment problems.
To live more fulfilling lives by providing a compassionate presence for those searching for community assistance programs; providing a listening ear to those contemplating suicide; offering reassurance to sexual assault victims and their victims; and advocating for the prevention of sexual violence throughout the community.
Rape Crisis Center provided services to rape victims and their families including hospital services, individual counseling, groups, clothing, transportation, support. 187 rape victims were met at the hospital by a volunteer victim advocate or staff member.
211 provided information and referral to individuals and families needing
assistance. 13,785 callers were given 15,540 referrals.
Prevention education in the schools was provided to educate students on a variety of topics including bullying, sexual assault, and healthy relationships. 413 presentations reached 8,893 students in elementary, middle, and high schools as well as the college level in 2012.