Reparative Probation Project

Anger is a fearful emotion that hides through violence. Anger is a blinding force that needs an expressive outlet where the root of the problem can emerge.

People don’t think rationally when fierce anger sets in and problems such as child abuse or domestic violence are unmistakable signs of a need to control anger issues.

Dealing with anger and learning effective techniques to relieve stress through anger management problems will make a difference.
The Reparative Probation Project works with low-level offenders and their families by providing legal referrals and counseling support.

Two committees support the project:

  1. The Emergency and Relief Committee

2. The Problem Solving Committee, each are devoted to repairing and addressing the damage caused by crime and conflict within the Refugees and Immigrants’ families.

This project is devoted to helping those in need, through cultural/traditional and religion-based support as well as modern counseling.
Language: Somali/Maay Maay, Nepali, Arabic, and Kiswahili
The Topics we cover include the following:

  1. Anger Management
  2. Post Traumatic Stress/Trauma
  3. Domestic Abuse/Violence prevention
  4. Adjusting to Change/Life Transition
  5. Family of Origin Issues/Family Problems
  6. Relationship Issues
  7. Health/Illness/Medical Issues
  8. Parenting
  9. Spirituality
  10. Anxiety
  11. Depression and Stress.

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