We are committed to protecting children, rebuilding families, and empowering caregivers.
At Thrive, we see children everyday who have experienced immense trauma in their short lives. Many of our children experience food insecurity, homelessness, and extreme poverty. Some of our children have witnessed acts of violence in the home, and experienced abuse first hand. When children come to Thrive, we work with them to first identify their experiences and needs, as well as, take the first steps in getting them the help and support they need to be able to heal. Our highest priority is to protect and save neglected children, and focus on serving and healing the family unit.
Services we offer:
- Supervised Visitations
- Resource Closet for Emergency placements.
- Case Management
- Parent Coaching
- Parenting classes (Group and Individual)
- Preventative care
- Court Advocacy
- Drug Screening
- Education and Support
- Trauma-Informed Care
Join our dedicated team to create healthier, stronger, and safer environments for children to thrive in by providing an individualized approach through your contribution.
$25 could provide transportation for children to get to support services.
$50 could provide the materials needed for a parent or caregiver to be able to recieve trauma informed parenting classes.
$100 could provide a play therapy session for a child, or trauma-focused therapy for a teen.
$500 could provide Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) and childcare for foster parents.
$1,000 could provide a clinical assessment to diagnose the root cause of abuse and neglect, and provide effective recommendations for treatment.
$3,000 could provide a Parents' Night Out events to give caregivers a much needed break
$5,000 could provide 6 months of supervised visitation, parent coaching, case management, drug screens, and transportation for one family
$10,000 could provide six months of in-home therapy and behavior modification support to a foster family to help them keep children in their homes, as well as individual therapy to support for family members
The question is not how to survive, but to thrive, and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style. - Maya Angelou