Save Our Families partnered with Melissa Santana and Amber Worthy to have a brief discussion on healthy ways to cope with sexual assault, understanding what an advocate can and will do during the legal process, and other important information to guide someone through the traumatic experience of sexual assault. *It's important for us to note
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEConversations that Matter: Removing The Stigma Around Therapy PanelCleveland, Ohio, February 11th, 2021 - Save Our Families Non-Profit organization recently launched a mental health awareness movement to assist with removing the stigma around seeking professional guidance. As a part of the movement, we’ve partnered with Phaze Jackson of Saint Clair Recordings for a
Cleveland, Ohio, February 7th, 2021 - Save Our Families Non-Profit organization has launched our text message resource line (1-833-218-8647) for people in need of mental health resources. The text line will connect you with resources in your area or provide you with online options. Please note this text line is not an emergency contact line.
Mental health is becoming more of a conversation that is being had in public spaces. It's a great thing but what we need for everyone to know is the real healing takes place privately and with the support of a professional. Yes, we can find healing in spaces together but we also need a space
Mental health is one of the biggest issues we as a people face globally. A lot of times we overlook our mental health until there is a real crisis and a lot of times we don't know what to do. In moments of despair, we often feel alone. Like we don't have any options or
UPDATE 12/04/2020 - We've closed our registration for gifts. We will be contacting all of those who've signed up with information via e-mail and phone. Please note that we will not be able to provide you the gifts if you do not communicate with us by the 18th of December. IMMEDIATE RELEASE Save Our Families
On the 7th of July we held our second Public Therapy Session Dialogue, which went a little different after some of our invited guests joined through YouTube, rending them unable to join the conversation. We continued on, talking about triggers, fears, anxiety, and other topics that relate to the current climate with racism,
#livePTSD Stream On June 6th, at 6pm Save Our Families held our first Public Therapy Session Dialogue. We had a few guest join us including Robyn Hill and Ms. Cream of the Crop. We had a great conversation about how Covid-19 has made us feel with the shut down and school closings.