Provides culturally and linguistically responsive services to crime victims who have been ignored or underserved because of their income, race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, gender, age, ability or sexual orientation
Offers educational programs designed to educate and support family members, friends and individuals affected by mental illness. Aims develop skills to help people cope with the challenges of mental illness.
Partners with clients, families, and the community to create opportunities to achieve emotional wellness and stability. Has a team of skilled mental health professionals committed to helping, improving, and making a difference in the lives of those struggling with mental health issues.
Simply put — we teach people to solve problems and build relationships. We want families, schools and communities to put themselves at the center of nonviolence. Our programs equip people with skills to navigate conflict productively.