Our Services

 
 
 
 
 

Grief Support Services

 

The goal of the program is to provide grieving children with a place where they can express how they are feeling about the loss of their loved one and learn coping strategies through peer support and creative therapeutic activities. 

For more information about our Grief Support Group please call, 215-767-5258

 

Caregiver Education for Children with Trauma
 

Because we understand that this may also be a challenging time for the caregiver and that the support and reassurance of the caregiver are most important in the grieving process, our goal is to also educate caregivers on how they can comfort and help their grieving child through the stages of grief. 

 

Expressive Art Program

 

The goal of this program is to create an opportunity for the inner city at risk youth to participate in the arts while assisting them in increasing creativity, self-esteem and worthwhile improving social skills. This is achieved through the use of arts such as dance, singing and writing when they are in distress or can't find the means to express themselves. If you know of someone who would benefit from our programs please contactus at: 215-767-5258

 

Intimate Partner Violence
 

We will offers a variety of workshops for community groups and organizations, public schools, and city agencies to educate, intervene and prevent intimate partner violence.We also want to assist with the healing of women and children affected by intimate partner violence.

 

 

 

Transitional Housing for women and children affected by domestic violence

 

Rose's Journey will offer a full continuum of care from transitional to permanent housing.

This ensure that the familes are not faced with the anxiet y and re-traumatization by having to repeat their stories. Rose's Journey will work with the families to identify personalized goals for their next steps and will provide support and referrals to get them there.

The women and children will recieve therapeutic services to promote healing and to assist them to break the cycle of abuse and co-dependency.

 

The program is a minimal of 1 year to no longer of 2 years to assist the women in becoming independent and be productive members of society. 

 

It's imperative the families move to a more stable, safe permanent home that they can call their own.

 

 

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Domestic Violence Statistics

Intimate Partner Violence is the number reason 911 is called daily in the city of brotherly love and sisterly affection!

Warning Signs of Domestic Violence

 

It can be difficult to acknowledge that you or someone you care about is in an abusive relationship. Domestic violence does not always look the same, but there are some warning signs that may indicate you are in an unhealthy relationship.

Take a few minutes to answer these questions:

  •     Does your partner insult you in public or in front of your children?

  •     Does your partner treat you like you are stupid or call you names?

  •     Does your partner try to control what you do?

  •     Does your partner act really jealous of your friends or family?

  •     Does your partner blame you for his/her violence?

  •     Has your partner ever threatened to hurt you or him/herself if the relationship ends?

If you answered “yes” to one or more of these questions, it is important for you to get help. Call the 24-Hour Philadelphia Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-866-SAFE-014 before the cycle of violence gets worse.