Resolving Conflict & Improving Lives, Since 1996

Strong & Healthy Families become good neighbors, productive members of society and lights in their community.



GRIP

(Grief Relief Intervention Program) aids children, youth, families and veterans who face trauma and overwhelming feelings of grief and loss due to violence. GRIP includes Homicide survival counseling that focus on the ripple effects of traumatic loss on people and communities.

Encourages healthy attitudes, behaviors, and lifestyles, and promotes self-sufficiency and social competence. Links participants to non-medical support.

BOB (Brothers Overcoming Barriers)

Helps males of all ages, including veterans and elderly escape the cycle between poverty, depression, violence, and dependence through a combination of life skills development, basic needs support and activities to improve health and overall self-sufficiency.


EXHALE

A conflict resolution support group for mothers with children under the age of 18 or children aging out of the foster care system. Provides prevention/intervention services for strengthening families that lead to child well-being, family stability, academic progress and self-sufficiency.

A family relationship conflict resolution support group for mothers with children under the age of 18 or children aging out of the foster care system. Provides prevention/intervention services for strengthening families that lead to child well-being, family stability, academic success and self-sufficiency.

Exhale Too!

A conflict resolution support group that help female teens, ages 12-19 develop skills to build self-esteem and self-worth that lead to acceptance, purpose, healthy behavior, academic progress and self-sufficiency.  

PROOF (Professional Resolutions & Outreach Organized for Females)

A female confidential conflict resolution support group designed to help remove barriers, motivate, restore & renew purpose for leaders and aspiring women clothed with strength and dignity. Encourages healthy attitudes, behaviors, and lifestyles that promotes self-sufficiency.

Family Reading Program

"Literacy is a human right, a tool of personal empowerment and a means for social and human development." - UNESCO reports indicate that worldwide, more than 700 million people aged 15 and above can't read or write.

NCM Read-Out-Loud Family reading Program distribute books to participants in grades Pre-K to 12 and their family members to encourages families to make reading aloud to their children a part of everyday life to promote education.

Hands for Hope Hardship

Hands for Hope Community Service

Hands for Hope Recreation

Hands for Hope Leadership


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