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Mar
3
Tue
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Mar 3 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program meets once per week for 13 weeks. The first meeting is an orientation, and then 12 group meetings follow. This psycho-educational program is certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Budget & Credit Workshop @ Wake County Human Services
Mar 3 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Budget & Credit Workshop. Attend a very informative workshop that's jam-packed with hints and tips to help you handle your finances. The class is co-sponsored by Triangle Family Services and the Wake County Human Services Middle Class Express program. We've got some extra room for the general public, so be sure to come out on Tuesday, March 3 at 6 pm - it will be worth your while. Click here to register online.

Mar
5
Thu
MPP Info Session
Mar 5 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Learn about the North Carolina Foreclosure Prevention Fund Mortgage Payment Program (MPP), and how to qualify for benefits that can pay your mortgage while you are looking to be re-employed.

Mar
6
Fri
Volunteer Coffee Chat @ Triangle Family Services
Mar 6 @ 8:30 am – 9:30 am

If you would like to explore volunteering with us, please attend our upcoming Coffee Chats.

Meet with the CEO, Alice Lutz to learn more about TFS, how to get involved with the agency, and take a tour to see our services in action!

Mar
9
Mon
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Mar 9 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program meets once per week for 13 weeks. The first meeting is an orientation, and then 12 group meetings follow. This psycho-educational program is certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Mar
10
Tue
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Mar 10 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program meets once per week for 13 weeks. The first meeting is an orientation, and then 12 group meetings follow. This psycho-educational program is certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Mar
16
Mon
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Mar 16 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program meets once per week for 13 weeks. The first meeting is an orientation, and then 12 group meetings follow. This psycho-educational program is certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Mar
17
Tue
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Mar 17 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program meets once per week for 13 weeks. The first meeting is an orientation, and then 12 group meetings follow. This psycho-educational program is certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Spanish Speaking Non-Offending Caregiver Support Group @ Triangle Family Services
Mar 17 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Triangle Family Services is currently enrolling Spanish speaking participants in our non-offending caregiver support group, for parents and caregivers of children that have experienced child sexual abuse.

This group will address topics including:

An Overview of Sexual Abuse
Coping and Communication
How Abuse Affects Children and Teens
How Abuse Affects Parents and Siblings
Difficult Child Behaviors and Parenting Challenges
Dealing with the Outside World
Moving into the Future

For more information visit our Spanish Speaking Non-Offending Caregiver Support Group page.

Mar
23
Mon
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Mar 23 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program meets once per week for 13 weeks. The first meeting is an orientation, and then 12 group meetings follow. This psycho-educational program is certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Mar
24
Tue
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Mar 24 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program meets once per week for 13 weeks. The first meeting is an orientation, and then 12 group meetings follow. This psycho-educational program is certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Spanish Speaking Non-Offending Caregiver Support Group @ Triangle Family Services
Mar 24 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Triangle Family Services is currently enrolling Spanish speaking participants in our non-offending caregiver support group, for parents and caregivers of children that have experienced child sexual abuse.

This group will address topics including:

An Overview of Sexual Abuse
Coping and Communication
How Abuse Affects Children and Teens
How Abuse Affects Parents and Siblings
Difficult Child Behaviors and Parenting Challenges
Dealing with the Outside World
Moving into the Future

For more information visit our Spanish Speaking Non-Offending Caregiver Support Group page.

Mar
30
Mon
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Mar 30 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program meets once per week for 13 weeks. The first meeting is an orientation, and then 12 group meetings follow. This psycho-educational program is certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Mar
31
Tue
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Mar 31 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program meets once per week for 13 weeks. The first meeting is an orientation, and then 12 group meetings follow. This psycho-educational program is certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Spanish Speaking Non-Offending Caregiver Support Group @ Triangle Family Services
Mar 31 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Triangle Family Services is currently enrolling Spanish speaking participants in our non-offending caregiver support group, for parents and caregivers of children that have experienced child sexual abuse.

This group will address topics including:

An Overview of Sexual Abuse
Coping and Communication
How Abuse Affects Children and Teens
How Abuse Affects Parents and Siblings
Difficult Child Behaviors and Parenting Challenges
Dealing with the Outside World
Moving into the Future

For more information visit our Spanish Speaking Non-Offending Caregiver Support Group page.

Apr
2
Thu
MPP Info Session
Apr 2 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Learn about the North Carolina Foreclosure Prevention Fund Mortgage Payment Program (MPP), and how to qualify for benefits that can pay your mortgage while you are looking to be re-employed.

Apr
3
Fri
Volunteer Coffee Chat @ Triangle Family Services
Apr 3 @ 8:30 am – 9:30 am

If you would like to explore volunteering with us, please attend our upcoming Coffee Chats.

Meet with the CEO, Alice Lutz to learn more about TFS, how to get involved with the agency, and take a tour to see our services in action!

Apr
6
Mon
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Apr 6 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program meets once per week for 13 weeks. The first meeting is an orientation, and then 12 group meetings follow. This psycho-educational program is certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Apr
7
Tue
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Apr 7 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program meets once per week for 13 weeks. The first meeting is an orientation, and then 12 group meetings follow. This psycho-educational program is certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Spanish Speaking Non-Offending Caregiver Support Group @ Triangle Family Services
Apr 7 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Triangle Family Services is currently enrolling Spanish speaking participants in our non-offending caregiver support group, for parents and caregivers of children that have experienced child sexual abuse.

This group will address topics including:

An Overview of Sexual Abuse
Coping and Communication
How Abuse Affects Children and Teens
How Abuse Affects Parents and Siblings
Difficult Child Behaviors and Parenting Challenges
Dealing with the Outside World
Moving into the Future

For more information visit our Spanish Speaking Non-Offending Caregiver Support Group page.

Apr
13
Mon
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Apr 13 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program meets once per week for 13 weeks. The first meeting is an orientation, and then 12 group meetings follow. This psycho-educational program is certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Apr
14
Tue
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Apr 14 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program meets once per week for 13 weeks. The first meeting is an orientation, and then 12 group meetings follow. This psycho-educational program is certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Spanish Speaking Non-Offending Caregiver Support Group @ Triangle Family Services
Apr 14 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Triangle Family Services is currently enrolling Spanish speaking participants in our non-offending caregiver support group, for parents and caregivers of children that have experienced child sexual abuse.

This group will address topics including:

An Overview of Sexual Abuse
Coping and Communication
How Abuse Affects Children and Teens
How Abuse Affects Parents and Siblings
Difficult Child Behaviors and Parenting Challenges
Dealing with the Outside World
Moving into the Future

For more information visit our Spanish Speaking Non-Offending Caregiver Support Group page.

Apr
20
Mon
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Apr 20 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program meets once per week for 13 weeks. The first meeting is an orientation, and then 12 group meetings follow. This psycho-educational program is certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Apr
21
Tue
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Apr 21 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program meets once per week for 13 weeks. The first meeting is an orientation, and then 12 group meetings follow. This psycho-educational program is certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Spanish Speaking Non-Offending Caregiver Support Group @ Triangle Family Services
Apr 21 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Triangle Family Services is currently enrolling Spanish speaking participants in our non-offending caregiver support group, for parents and caregivers of children that have experienced child sexual abuse.

This group will address topics including:

An Overview of Sexual Abuse
Coping and Communication
How Abuse Affects Children and Teens
How Abuse Affects Parents and Siblings
Difficult Child Behaviors and Parenting Challenges
Dealing with the Outside World
Moving into the Future

For more information visit our Spanish Speaking Non-Offending Caregiver Support Group page.

Apr
23
Thu
Evening MPP Info Session @ Triangle Family Services
Apr 23 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

NC Foreclosure Prevention Fund money for those
who have lost their jobs due to no fault of their
own or have experienced certain temporary
setbacks. The Fund pays and/or catches up your
mortgage while you are looking for work.

Apr
27
Mon
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Apr 27 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program meets once per week for 13 weeks. The first meeting is an orientation, and then 12 group meetings follow. This psycho-educational program is certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Apr
28
Tue
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Apr 28 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program meets once per week for 13 weeks. The first meeting is an orientation, and then 12 group meetings follow. This psycho-educational program is certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Spanish Speaking Non-Offending Caregiver Support Group @ Triangle Family Services
Apr 28 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Triangle Family Services is currently enrolling Spanish speaking participants in our non-offending caregiver support group, for parents and caregivers of children that have experienced child sexual abuse.

This group will address topics including:

An Overview of Sexual Abuse
Coping and Communication
How Abuse Affects Children and Teens
How Abuse Affects Parents and Siblings
Difficult Child Behaviors and Parenting Challenges
Dealing with the Outside World
Moving into the Future

For more information visit our Spanish Speaking Non-Offending Caregiver Support Group page.

 

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Flu Season Warning!

If you, or any of the children accompanying you to the office, have a fever, please reschedule your appointment for a time when you have been fever free for 24 hours. Thank you for helping our community have a healthy New Year!

Individual and Family Counseling will not charge a fee for appointments cancelled or rescheduled due to illness.

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Crisis happens… and YOU respond! There are a number of ways you can help: volunteer, donate, or become an advocate for families in crisis.

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Stories

Read about clients, board members, donors, and staff who have in some small way either benefited from services or helped change a life they have touched.

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An innovative and creative approach is demonstrated in the agency’s ability to provide human services and find solutions to critical community needs across the Triangle.

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