A survey conducted by the Associated Press-AOL indicated that 10 to 16 million Americans are suffering terribly due to their debts. Among those reporting high debt, 29 percent suffered severe anxiety and 23 percent had severe depression. We worked with individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, those with stress management or/and anger management issues. We offer individual, family and group therapy.
A study completed by British researchers published in 2008 suggested that low income and debt can be linked to mental illness.
Finances for many families is the source of many disagreement and frustration. We work to help families come together and find ways to effectively deal with money issues within the family.
We also strive to protect and promote the rights and opportunities of individuals particularly immigrants and refugees.
Additionally, services are provided to refugees who encounter difficulties in adjusting to life in the United States. We work together with other organizations and companies to provide services such as: job training services to include orientation to work in the United States, job-seeking skills, and assistance with resume writing.
We also provide counseling services in Haitian Creole.