INDIVIDUALS AT RISK AND VICTIMS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING
Human Trafficking is modern day slavery and occurs when a trafficker uses force, manipulation, and/or fraud tactics to control another person for the purpose of commercial sex acts or soliciting services against one’s will.
Individuals who struggle with behavioral addictions benefit from mental health treatment that targets skills associated with impulsivity and sensation seeking. Clients engage in weekly individual and group treatment modalities that focus on psychosocial development.
ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUG ABUSE (AODA) TREATMENT
Our Alcohol and Other Drug (AODA) Treatment Program treats the disease of Substance Use Disorder. We understand that making the choice to live a life free of substances will be one of the most important and challenging decisions of your life.
AT-RISK AND VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
Domestic violence can be defined as a pattern of behavior in any relationship that is used to gain or maintain power and control over an intimate partner.
INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES STRUGGLING WITH REUNIFICATION AND REINTEGRATION DUE TO INCARCERATION
Incarcerated individuals lack access to adequate mental health treatment. Our program works with offenders who have recently been or soon to be released to the community and their families.
TEEN PREGNANCY AND SINGLE PARENTHOOD
This program responds to the many factors associated with high-risk behaviors as well as thinking patterns that teenagers and young adults experience in parenthood relationships.
MENTAL ILLNESS AND TRAUMA INFORMED CARE
Our trauma-informed approach to treatment of patients will ensure that individuals struggling with an array of mental illnesses will feel understood and supported within a safe atmosphere conducive to healing.