Substance abuse and crime prevention program that is a family-centered preventive intervention program designed to enhance the family protective process and self-regulatory competence that produces safeguards against the negative impact of life stresses, reduce recidivism, and to deter escalation of alcohol use and development of substance abuse problems.
Mental health counseling curriculum assists with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder and provides Trauma-Informed Care to those in need. The curriculum engages in individual therapy designed to help clients’ process traumatic events and thus reduce trauma-induced psychological disturbances. It reduces the severity of symptoms of (PTSD), anger, depression anxiety, trauma-related guilt, and suicide-related prevention.
Evaluation is done by a certified Medical Doctor or certified professional with over 15 years of experience.