Ēma teaches through an evidence-based, nationally recognized curriculum, Nurturing Parenting, which focuses on family strengthening and prevention. This curriculum is family-centered and trauma informed designed to build nurturing parenting skills as an alternative to abuse and neglect. Ēma Groups meet weekly at the Ēma Center to facilitate the NPP curriculum – also offering childcare, transportation, and a meal at every meeting. Don’t forget about our incentive program offering mothers gift cards, child/baby items, clothes, household items, and hygienic items to shop through as they achieve their weekly and monthly goals.
Ēma operates with a network of referral services in Broward County focusing on transitional housing, educational needs, non-perishable food items, benevolent financial resources, and counseling for young single moms in crisis.
Every week, Ēma Groups provide a safe place and positive community. Our Groups are equipped with Life Coaches and Case Managers who are there to focus on supporting moms through crisis in tangible and measurable ways.
1-1 Sessions will be available twice a week throughout the Summer from 3:00-6:00 pm on Wednesdays or 1:00-3:00 on Thursdays. This session is held as a make-up class or 1-1 coaching session for a single mothers in crisis with children/a child between the ages of 0-5. Ema offers the Nurturing Parenting curriculum, encouraging community, food, and a points program to earn household, hygiene, and baby items. *transportation available as needed
|Led by: Charlee Tchividjian, Tatyana McNish, Vanessa Petit-Frere||For Ages: 0+||Meets: Regularly on Various Days from 1:00pm-3:00pm|
|Childcare Available? Yes - Childcare Onsite||Topic: Career Networking, Crisis Resources, Life Coaching, Life Skills, Parenting||Group Type: 1-1 Life Coaching|
|Location: Meeting Room 1 - Ema Center||Status: Open|