The Nonviolent Institute - is a court-mandated diversion strategy offering participants to explore the basic beliefs about who we are in relationship to our partners, our friends, and our community.
The goal of these classes are for participants to;
Many want to have good relationships but if they seek to undo the harm between themselves, they need to examine their use of abusive and manipulative tactics against others in their world.
During this 26 week program, participants will learn exercises and strategies to help become respectful, nonviolent and more supportive.
- stop abuse, bullying, intimidation, and forms of power over another.
- learn alternative appropriate behaviours.
- examine beliefs and behaviours that support domestic violence.
- expand definitions of violence and controlling behaviours.
- explore the effects of violence on others.
- address, explore, and examine the role as a co/parallel parent or mate.
Operation Hope is a response to fatherhood, domestic violence, and other social disparities offering culturally specific training, stimulating dialogue and organizational development for faith based advocates and others concerned about human suffering within our communities.
The work, in both the sacred and secular arena, is characterized by:
The collaborative connects the faith community to resources, training, and voices to close the gap and improve the outcomes for families. Pastors, leaders and faith based advocates are encouraged to take advantage of this resource.
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- Training faith based leaders in capacity building to develop an appropriate response.
- Encouraging partnership with compatible community initiatives.
- Collaborating with varied anti-oppression efforts to promote well being and human dignity.
At the Hope Center, we affirm that ALL men have the potential to be a responsible father. Circumstances may cause dysfunctions. However, we are hopeful to impact our community by increasing the knowledge of fathering, promotion of responsible fatherhood, and healthy relationships.
is a peer support program with a wide range of interventions, reflecting the multiple domains of responsible fathering, the varied residential and marital circumstances of fathers, and the array of personal, relational, and ecological factors that influence men as fathers.
aim is to educate and develop responsible fathers thru 1 ½ hour sessions implementing Fatherhood Development Curriculum
with emphasis on
- Personal Development
- Life Skills
- Responsible Fatherhood
- Health and Sexuality
Know a father you would like to refer or would you like to be certified to work with men and fathers? Complete theFatherhood Referral Form Below
Crisis, Trauma, and Situational Support
This program offers spiritual support through human suffering, encourage in despair, and officiate over ceremonial events. Throughout history, spiritual support workers have counseled and consulted for civic leaders, parliaments, and governments—for the incarcerated, the sick, and the disenfranchised.