Support Groups are given in budgeting and planning, nutrition and culinary, health and wellness, parenting, home maintenance, job readiness and more. These are all things needed to learn how to live through poverty while preparing for their future.
Participants spend time writing and talking about their life experiences with support staff and with other participants whom have had similar experiences. With rules of conduct based on empathy, higher truths, personal goals and their children’s’ best interest which give them firm ground for resiliency in their lives ahead.
Participants are offered support groups that focus on mother/child bonding, empathy, and parent/child interaction.
This lays the groundwork to support each individual child's greatest potential.