Find Your Healing Community
Mothers OnA Mission28 goal is to assist survivors of violence with skills and techniques to cope with the loss of their loved one through our evidence based approaches. We are proud to add additional programs and services with the overall goal of decreasing violence by using a preventive expertises.
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MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING
Understanding 5 Stages of Grief
Mothers OnA Mission38 Victim Advocates work closely with victims’ families. This includes advocating on their behalf by providing immediate crisis service and ongoing long-term support in an individual / group setting. The Victim Support team will provide emergency crisis counseling utilizing the 5 stages When supporting victims harmed bygun violence, domestic violence and human trafficking, our team will work closely with our partner organizations to ensure they are receiving the support they need. Participants of our Austing, West Garfield, Lawndale and Englewood will attend Bi -Weekly support groups and individual counseling support with our Mental Health Therapist.
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Embrace Life’s Challenges
Mothers OnA Mission28 Reentry program is designed to assist participants navigate their new lives outside of the justice system and reduce the chances of recidivism. This can be accomplished by assisting our participants understand, manage, and express their emotions in a healthy way as well as understanding the emotions of others. The Emotional Intelligence approach will assist our participants by understanding generational curses and how their environment alters their emotions and behaviors.
Our participants will be establishing skills and techniques for their personal lives, but also assist others in the community; especially with Non – Aggression Agreements for our potential Community Connector Staff. Participants from Austing, West Garfield, Lawndale and Englewood will attend monthly Re -entry circles and individual support from our Reentry Specialist
Guidance & Inspiration
Mothers OnA Mission28 Case management support consists of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT). This approach is explored using an ABCDE model to assist participants in Austin, West Garfield, Lawndale and Englewood. All participants will receive assistance with resources such as continued education, mental health, substance abuse, anger management, nonviolence training, job readiness, support/focus groups and assistance with reaching goals while the participant implements the supportive tools surrounding SMART Goals to develop coping skills, build resilience, and identify their support team. Our participants' 10-month structured programing consists of weekly check-ins, activities and a care plan between the participant and their Client Navigator using the following competencies.