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. Childcare, transportation, and food is offered at every session.
Ēma’s Community Closet is stocked with non-perishable food, clothes, household items, and baby-child supplies available to mom’s engaged in the Advocacy program. Ēma works closely with a network of referral services focusing on affordable housing, educational needs, financial relief resources, and therapy.
Ēma provides a safe and positive environment with Volunteer Advocates and Case Mangers who are equipped to effectively advocate for moms throughout their crisis or Court ordered case plans.
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|