PROGRAMS & Services
Abused Victims/Survivor Program
Our Abused Victims/Survivors Program offers advocacy services for emotional support, victims’ right information, provide our internal resources as well as locating external resources from partnering agencies and organizations. Upon request, we accompany our clients to court proceedings and hospital visits, as well as coordinating with court victims’ advocates to initiate a protective order request. Our clothes closet is available to victims/survivors of any type of public health issue. Our support group meetings provide our clients with the opportunity to share their experiences, feelings, and coping strategies with people that have experienced the same or similar trauma. All support group meetings are confidential.
- Provide Resources
- Support System (Hospital/Court)
- Personal Hygiene Items
- Gift Cards (Gas/Food)
Support Group Meeting
- 3rd Thursday of each Month (Zoom) (except for holidays)
- Face-to-Face (Monthly)
Restoration & Purpose Mentorship Program serves as a specialized program that challenges our youth. We are equipped to enlighten, educate, and empower our youth to dream and strive to be all that they desire to be in life. We challenge them to think beyond the surface, to look within themselves for their greatness. We provide opportunities for our youth to be expose to leaders that work in a domestic, corporate, and military environment. This opportunity offers our youth to make informed decisions that pertain to their career path. We collaborate with different companies and organizations to provide this awesome experience. We offer many initiatives and opportunities for our youth to excel as they grow into young adulthood. We must invest in our youth’s future.
Community Outreach Program
Restoration & Purpose Community Outreach Program plays an important role in improving and extending service through different outreach activities, such as (1) a community task force that addresses public health issues in the Hillsborough community and surrounding counties. The task force consists of a diverse of subject matter experts that formulate discussions about current issues and develop strategies and solutions; (2) training programs that provide educational awareness and prevention measures pertaining to public health issues; and (3) collaboration and partnership within the community such as the faith-based community and local high schools to develop internal programs and participate in community service projects. These activities can directly and indirectly improve public health outcomes of individuals and communities locally, domestically, and internationally.
Partnerships / Task Force Members
- Middle/High Schools (Community Service Credit Hours)
- College Students (Community Service Credit Hours)
- Law Enforcement
- Victim Advocate
- Family Advocacy on Military Installation
- Faith-based Community
- Department of Social Service
- Middle/High Schools (Teen-age dating, Domestic violence, Sexual Assault)
- Faith-based Community (DV/SA educational programs)