Incarcerated individuals lack access to adequate mental health treatment. While incarcerated, their family members also experience trauma and are in need of mental health services. Our program works with offenders who have been recently released to the community or soon to be released to the community and their families. Individual and Family therapy focuses on restoration of relationships and creating a family vision while also identifying the objectives needed to successfully reach their individual and family goals. This program works closely with children who are displaced from their parents due to incarceration and supports them as they build effective coping skills to respond to mental health and social challenges. Group therapy focuses on cognitive thinking and life-skills needed to navigate through reintegration in the community.
Reunification and reintegration due to Incarceration
Our program helps offenders develop the skills necessary to successfully navigate through their community. It enables and empowers the family unit to develop a cohesive family vision characterized by healing, support, and action steps needed to reach their goal.