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F.R.E.S.H. P.H.A.S.E

Workshops

The C.O.P.E. Inc. F.R.E.S.H. P.H.A.S.E. curriculum was created to target any youth demonstrating risky behaviors, academic challenges that have been exposed to traumatic life experiences. These experiences include, but are not limited to rape, molestation, divorce, child abuse or neglect, domestic violence, broken relationships, separation and loss, bullying or broken family systems. The curriculum helps individuals to address issues of fear (F), rejection (R), emptiness (E), sadness (S), and hopeless (H). After addressing these issues the curriculum provides participants with tools to progress into a place of, peace (P),  healing/hope (H), acceptance (A), stability (S), and empowerment (E).

 

(The F.R.E.S.H. P.H.A.S.E. curriculum can also be adapted for adults)

This Time Next Year (TTNY)

This Time Next Year (TTNY) is an outreach program created to provide an opportunity for deserving women to celebrate their birthday, that may not be able to do so because of circumstances. The women are surprised with gifts, cake, and encouragement.

 

In addition to receiving a birthday surprise, each woman will receive a mentoring and goal-setting session by a licensed mental health professional who will assess their mental, physical, emotional, financial, and spiritual needs. After this assessment, each woman will set 3-5 goals they would like to achieve by this time next year on their birthday. TTNY will provide monthly follow-up with support, case management, and referral sources for each woman to assist her in meeting these goals.

Case Closed Closed

Case Closed is a community stage play that addresses the effects and impact of childhood trauma. This play is based on a true story. The ultimate goal of the play is to utilize an entertainment medium to address significant life events, such as homelessness and rape that have a negative effect on youth, their families, schools and communities.  The play provides insight into measures that can be used in order to help those that may have experienced similar trauma or life events. The play is performed in partnership with Don’t Wanna Miss Productions.

www.dontwannamiss.com