Support for individuals on their recovery. Male/Female Recovery Groups, Wednesdays AA Group held at 3:00, Pre-GED Classes, Resume Writing and Job Search Support classes, Social Outings and Activities, Basic Computer Classes, Exercise and Nutrition classes, and limited assistance with rent and utilities for individuals that attended A.R.C.
To educate our community on HIV/ AIDS prevention, provide Rapid Testing and Counseling
Forensic interviews (24 hour on-call service) referred by Law Enforcement and Departments of Family and Children Services only, crisis intervention, counseling referrals/on site counseling, organized tracking and follow up on all child abuse cases occurring in the Southwestern Judicial Circuit, advocacy and free expert testimony for all substantiated child abuse cases in criminal court. Aftercare to include: therapy referrals, court accompaniment, expert testimony, medical forensic exam referral and referral for medical follow up exams
To make a positive difference in the lives of children and youth primarily through a professionally-supported one on one relationship with a caring adult, and to assist them in achieving their highest potential as they grow to become responsible men and women by providing trained, committed volunteers and a program and services which enhance the volunteer efforts