Our program is for (16) sixteen, (26) twenty-six, and (52) fifty-two weeks
This program is for the participants to learn skills on how to:
-Understand their children's developmental stages
-Work as a team when raising their children-Improve their children's self-esteem-Apply positive communication skills within the family environment
-Understand how the trauma impacts their children, when they witness domestic violence at home and/or after a family separation.
Prevent the involvement with the legal system.Learn how to understand the legal system and expectations as a parent while raising children in nurturing environment that embraces your culture.
The Co-Parenting program is for sixteen (16), twenty-six (26), and fifty-two weeks (52). The Co-Parenting program provides: -Support for parents experiencing divorce/separation and learning how to adjust in this style of co-parenting. -Support for parents to learn how to compromise and collaborate to focus on the needs of their child (i.e. medical, legal, financial and overall well-being of the child). -Support for parents to understand communication with their ex-partners in order to implement emotional stability and importance of close relationships for the well-being of their child(ren). -Education to the participants on safe methods of communication (by using the legal system) when experiencing difficulty with an ex-spouse that has excessive, unrealistic demands and controlling behavior. -Parents with options to a healthy communication approached as the
Family Wizard, and Talking Parents.
●The parents introduced to the program our children first
● Children Learn What They Live; the participants will learn the psychological effects on children when witnessing fights and aggression from the parents, the PTSD children suffer after a family separation.
Our program is for twenty-six (26) or fifty- two (52) weeks.
Participants must be consistent with their attendance in order for them to benefit from the program.
Some of the topics introduced in the program are as follows:
•Sexual Abuse trauma on minors
•Review and understanding The Megan’s Law.
•Basics facts about the Psychological Trauma on sexual abused victims.
•Drugs, Alcohol, substance abuse Vs cultural.
•Family culture, the legal system and lack of parental control in the home.
•Parental isolation of a child Facts about sex offenders Vs. relatives
• Inappropriate touching
• Inappropriate communication approach towards the victim
• Inappropriate conversations
• Identifying signs of abuse on children
•The emotional trauma after the abuse.
Terminating Parental Rights!
"Termination of parental rights" can be the most frightening words any parent can hear. On the other hand, this procedure is perhaps one of the strongest legal mechanisms available to protect children in need. In many instances, a termination proceeding is a necessary precursor to the adoption of the child. Although the exact grounds for termination vary from state to state, the following list summarizes the major grounds for terminating a parent’s rights to his or her child. o Severe or chronic abuse or neglect of the child. o Sexual abuse of the child. o Abuse or neglect of other children in the household. o Abandonment of the child or extreme parental disinterest. o Long-term mental illness of the parent. o Long-term alcohol- or drug-induced incapacity of the parent. o Failure to support the child. o Failure to maintain contact with the child. o Failure to provide education. o Felony conviction of the parent for a violent crime against the child or another family member. o Felony conviction of the parent when the term of imprisonment is long enough to negatively impact the child and the only other source of care for the child is foster care. o The child has been in foster care for fifteen of the most recent twenty-two months. o Failure of reasonable efforts to rehabilitate the parent and reunite the family. o Failure of the parent to comply with a court-ordered plan. o The child would be at risk if returned to the home. o Risk of substantial harm to the child. o Inducing the child to commit a crime. o Unreasonable withholding of consent by the noncustodial parent. o Extreme emotional damage to the child inflicted by the parent. o The child’s need for continuity and care. o Parental identity or location is unknown. o The child was conceived as a result of rape or incest. o The putative or presumptive father is not the child’s biological father. o Anew born child is drug- or alcohol-addicted. o Giving birth to three or more drug-affected infants. o Other "egregious conduct" or heinous or abhorrent behavior by the parent. o The child has developed a strong and healthy relationship with his or her substitute family. o The preference of the child. o Voluntary relinquishment of rights by the parent.Anger Management Program.
Our program is for twenty- six (26) or fifty -two weeks (52)
This program is for the participants to learn the basics of anger management such as understand anger, coping/dealing with personal emotions and detecting options to stay safe.
Some of the topics approached in the program are as follows.
• Anger triggers
• To learn the difference on, anger, aggression, rage and manipulation
• Communication skills- assertiveness
• Conflict resolution
• Jealousy and the misperception of disrespect
• Understanding co-dependency
• Understanding boundaries
• Stress management setting boundaries
• Some common anger triggers include: personal problems, such as missing a promotion at work or relationship difficulties. a problem caused by another person such as cancelling plans. an event like bad traffic or getting in a car accident. etc
Some physical signs of anger include:
• clenching your jaws or grinding your teeth.
• stomach ache.
• increased and rapid heart rate.
• sweating, especially your palms.
• feeling hot in the neck/face.
• shaking or trembling. • dizziness..
• Individual Therapy
• Conjoint Therapy
• Couples Therapy
• Family Therapy
Therapy for children older than 5 years old.
Individual Therapy for teens.
We all need little help, support and guidance. Life is full of challenges and ongoing surprises. Safety Alliance group is here to help you find a way to face difficult situations.
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• Criminal Court?
• Family Court?
• Children’s Court? •
Department of Children Social Services?
• Los Angeles Probation Department?
• You have a case with AB109?
We can help you with all of these services.
Our program is for 26 and/or 52 weeks
Domestic violence is a problem we all should be concern, but it is preventable.
You don’t have to have a court case to receive assistance. As long as you don’t have a pending case with the legal system you can enroll to receive education today.
The education provided can help prevent you from being involved with the legal system which can result in family separation, loss of a job, loss custody of your children and become a part of the statistic number.
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