The HOPE Center had its Ribbon Cutting Ceremony December 15, 2016, and opened its doors January 2017. The Center has garnered the support of First Lady, Chirlane McCray and her initiative THRIVE NYC. The Center is also partnered with Columbia University School of Psychiatry with Dr. Sidney Hankerson (Assistant Professor at Columbia School of Psychiatry) to conduct Mental Health First Aid Trainings within First Corinthian Baptist Church and the Harlem Community. It is also a field placement site for Columbia University School of Social Work.
Child & Adolescent Guidance
The H.O.P.E Center offers socio-emotional, spiritual, and behavioral health guidance to our hope innovators ranging from 6 to 18 years of age who have socio-emotional, mental health, and life-skill acquisition challenges. These services are provided within the center. Through our intake and multiple diagnostic assessments, our hope-innovators level of care and needs are determined and HOPE [treatment] goals are established. Core offerings include: Assessment and HOPE [treatment] Planning; Individual and Family Guidance; and Group Guidance during the day and evenings.
The H.O.P.E. Center offers services to adults navigating the emotional landscape of life, which at times is experienced as debilitating. We are purposed to address the holistic needs of each hope innovator physically, emotionally, socially, spiritually, and culturally. We accomplish this by crafting and upholding an environment advantageous toward personal improvement and evolution. We provide solution-focused therapeutic engagement that aspires to assist hope innovators in being their highest self through functioning in wholeness and healing whether at home, work or within society. Services offered are individual, couples guidance, marriage guidance, and group and family guidance during the day and evenings.
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