Specialized Programs​

Culturally Affirming Pathways for Healing, Resilience & Thriving

EJP creates long-term stability for survivors by using unique and culturally relevant methods to increase income and savings. EJP provides survivors with small grants to start their own businesses, financial workshops and personalized financial coaching to help them build alternative sources of income. The program is designed to support survivors who face challenges in finding traditional employment opportunities due to challenges related to immigration status, financial trauma, etc.
CAP provides clinical support to children and teens aged 3-18 who have faced or witnessed domestic, sexual, and community violence, disasters, traumatic grief, medical trauma, and refugee trauma. CAP provides families with therapeutic interventions that foster healthy parent-child bonds through individual, group, and parent-child counseling, along with culturally specific parenting workshops. These services create resilient adult/child relationships and mitigate Post-Traumatic Stress Symptoms in children. Families are given tools to disrupt and end intergenerational cycles of violence.

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SVP provides culturally specific clinical support to survivors of sexual violence, with a focus on Latinx immigrants, through both individual and group sessions. Within our SVP groups, survivors find a community to share experiences, and deepen their understanding of the intersection between sexual violence and external factors such as gender roles, cultural expectations, and reproductive health.
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