Services PROVIDED

          "Where Hope begins and healing is possible"

   "Where Hope begins and healing is possible"

accredited by

  Arizona Office of the Courts         Juvenile Justice Service   

Individual and Family Counseling (All Ages): Provided by Master’s level therapists that focus on providing counseling for survivors of sexual abuse, domestic violence, sex trafficking, bullying, and drug and alcohol abuse. Therapists use evidence-based models. Our therapists will use solution focused, thinking through dialog, role-playing, re-framing, setting appropriate boundaries, and use of analogies to talk about healthy life style changes. Identifying their strains/triggers/values/beliefs will help individuals improve understanding of working towards an elstablished end result. The Therapy provided is trauma informed care that deals directly in identifying trauma and assisting the client in moving forward in the healing process.

Children’s Circle Time Group (ages 3-9):  Circle Time is a child friendly program that is geared towards children that are survivors of abuse and bullying. This program is led by a Behavioral Health Technician that holds a bachelor’s degree and is trained in trauma informed care. Our program uses crafts, puppets, books, and circle time to deliver age appropriate curriculum. With the use of our curriculum, children will learn new coping skills and heal from their trauma. This program includes plays time, lesson/story time, and snack time. At the end of every group each child will randomly draw a positive affirmation to read to the group and as a reward for displaying appropriate behavior they can select a “prize” from the treasure box.

Girls Youth Empowerment Groups: Our Girls Youth Empowerment Groups meet on Tuesday nights and are designed to provide survivors of child abuse, domestic violence, and bullying with a safe and supportive environment. This Behavioral Health Technician led support group provides a safe place for you to share your experiences, learn healthy coping skills, connect with others and find the support needed for healing. The program is overlooked by a Behavioral Health Technician that holds a bachelor’s degree and is trained in trauma informed care. The facilitator leads the girls through our Life Skill’s Curriculum that has topics that are geared towards their specific age level. Domestic Violence, Sexual Abuse, Bullying, Suicide, Depression, Self-Esteem, and Date Rape are some of the topics covered during group. The first 15-20 minutes of each group starts with a check-in which allows the girls to give the group a basic overview/summary of how their previous week went and express any concerns or issues they may be having in school or at home. The check-ins are then followed by the lesson of the evening. Tweens Girls Group (ages 10-13), Teen Girls Group (ages 14-17)

Boys Youth Empowerment Groups: Our Boys Youth Empowerment Groups meet on Wednesday nights and are designed to provide survivors of child abuse, domestic violence, bullying and self-harm with a safe and supportive environment. This Behavioral Health Technician led support group provides a safe place for you to share your experiences, learn healthy coping skills, connect with others and find the support needed for healing. The program is overlooked by a Behavioral Health Technician that holds a bachelor’s degree and is trained in trauma informed care. The Behavioral Health Technician leads the boys through our Life Skill’s Curriculum that has topics that are geared towards their specific age level. Domestic Violence, Sexual Abuse, Bullying, Suicide, Depression, Self-Esteem, and Date Rape are some of the topics covered during group. The group also discusses relevant male issues the boys may be experiencing now or in the future. The first 15-20 minutes of each group starts with a check-in which allows the boys to give the group a basic overview/summary of how their previous week went and express any concerns or issues they may be having in school or at home. The check-ins are then followed by the lesson of the evening. Preteen Boys Group (ages 10-13), Teen Boys Group (ages 14-17)

Women’s Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Survivor Group (ages 18+): This women’s only support group meets Thursday nights and is designed to provide you with a safe and supportive environment that helps you to heal from the effects of your abuse. The focus of this group is to empower the women the women through financial freedom, education, and the knowledge to recognize domestic violence. The group facilitator is a survivor who is trained in leading our support groups.  We teach the women about the importance of setting healthy boundaries, learning to love themselves, how to recognize an abuser, and gaining independence. By using their past or present abuse as a tool of empowerment, the women learn to cope with past sexual trauma they or their child has suffered. The program is overlooked by a Behavioral Health Technician that holds a bachelor’s degree and is trained in trauma informed care. This group will allow you to build a community with other survivor's that have been through similar experiences, and who understand how challenging this healing process can be.  

YPIC-EOC Charter High School:  The facilitator provides a 9-week evidence based life skills curriculum. The facilitator engages the class in discussion, visual, and hands on activities to learn about the following topics: Teen Dating Violence, Boosting Self Esteem, Budgeting, Recognizing Depression, Suicide Ideations, Sexual Abuse, Forgiveness, Crimes in the Community, and Preventing Human Trafficking. This program empowers the students through education and knowledge. Each student that successfully completes the program will receive a Certificate of Completion.

Kids at Hope Program: We provide a 12-week life skills course for youth that have been identified as victims or are at-risk of being victims of child abuse, sexual assault, bullying, or youth sex trafficking. This program is facilitated by Behavioral Health Technicians that been through extensive training to provide the curriculum at an age appropriate level. This program will provide youth with the necessary education and tools they need for future success. 

Juvenile Prevention and Life Skills Program: We provide a 12-week life skills course for teens on probation/intensive probation. The goal of this program is to provide a curriculum that educates juveniles and empowers them to take accountability for their decisions. This program is facilitated by Behavioral Health Technicians that been through extensive training to work with youth that have a troubled home or school life, have been bullied, resorted to a journey of self-harm, or been a victim of youth sex trafficking. This program will provide teens with the necessary education and tools they need for future success. All juvenile’s that successfully complete this course will receive a Certificate of Completion. 

Cocopah & Quechan Reservation Program: The program is designed to provide survivors of child abuse, domestic violence, bullying and self-harm a safe and supportive environment to work on age appropriate life skills curriculum. Some of the topics that our facilitator covers include: Domestic Violence, Sexual Abuse, Bullying, Suicide Ideation, Depression, Self-Esteem, and Date Rape. The first 15-20 minutes of each class starts with a check-in which allows the them to give the group a basic overview/summary of how their previous week went and express any concerns or issues they may be having in school or at home. The check-ins are then followed by the lesson of that day and concludes with positive affirmations.