So often, single mothers are so busy taking care of their children that they never have time for themselves. A Mother's Dream provides these selfless women with one day to focus on themselves. Through this program, mothers are "adopted" for the holidays. The process involves individuals donating gifts for the mother they have adopted. Once the holidays are over, the adopted mothers are treated to a luncheon and presented with gifts exclusively for themselves.
Wish list: Body oils, lotions, wash, manicure sets, pedicure sets, gifts cards to salons, etc. Create your own gift basket with a motivational quote to donate.
This program is designed to aide young fathers ages 14 to 26-years-old in understanding the complex nature of child development and the important role fathers play in the healthy development of children. Be the best dad you can be! Fathers who care for, nurture, and play with their babies raise children with higher IQs and with better language and cognitive skills. Involved fathers enhance their children’s communication skills because they tend to ask children more questions than mothers, which builds vocabulary and conversational skills.
The program meets once a week for 6 weeks. Each session lasts 1-1/2 hours. The components consist of a hands-on educational session, fun activity, dinner, and resource information. Each father will receive one-on-one coaching to address personal needs, assistance with employment, assistance with housing or other community resources.
TOPICS: Child Safety, child support, relationships, discipline, being the best dad you can be, male issues and more.
The Independent Living Skills Program serves young adults ages 17 to 26 years-old. The program aids in finding stable and safe housing, employment and transitioning into adulthood. Our Services Include: counseling, on-going case management, financial education, daily living skills, and the opportunity to integrate these skills while living on your own in the community.
Our staff assist in the following areas:
One on One sessions are available. Call or email us for more information.
The Nurturing Parenting program is for parents with children that are newborn to 18-years-old. The program features activities to foster positive parenting skills with nurturing behaviors, promote healthy physical and emotional development, and teach appropriate role and developmental expectations. This program meets the requirements for Department for Community Based Services (DCBS) parenting classes.
This program is free but we accept donations of any amount. To register, go to our Contact page and send us an email.
This is a 6-week program that seeks to enhance the lives of females ages 12 to 26-years-old, using fun activities and educational sessions. This program is for shy girls, girls with out-of-control behaviors, young mothers, or as a prevention tool. This program focuses on self-esteem, respect, friendships, anger management, communication and much more. We use an evidence-based curriculum.