EVERY RELATIONSHIP VIOLENCE-FREE

Counseling and Support Groups for Children

Individual Counseling for Children

Individual counseling is available for children, ages 4-17, who need help dealing with the effects of violence in their lives. This counseling includes the use of children’s art and play therapy, which is especially helpful with children who cannot adequately express their emotions in words. Individual counseling is available to children in shelter or on an outreach basis.

Children’s Groups, ages 4-17

Available to children on an outreach basis, HARK (Helping at Risk Kids) is a free-to-attend psycho-educational therapeutic intervention and prevention program designed to empower children who have been affected by domestic violence. The children are separated into age-appropriate groups where they learn life-enriching skills, like how to identify and express emotions in a healthy way and how to resolve conflicts without violence.