Crisis Health Care
Our programs fighting for the health of those experiencing crisis or traumatic situations are:
- Crisis Services of North Alabama's "Domestic Violence Program" - Provides emergency shelter (through The Hope Place), advocacy, counseling, and documentation of injuries to adults and children experiencing domestic violence.
- Crisis Services of North Alabama's "HELPline" - Responds to persons in crisis due to depression, trauma, life changes, loneliness, suicide, and other stresses, using trained volunteer counselors.
- Hospice Family Care's "The Caring House" - One-on-one and group therapy-based grief support for children and teens to heal after the loss of a loved one (on-site and remotely through partnerships with schools).
- National Children's Advocacy Center's "Child Abuse Intervention" - Enables children to heal from the trauma of abuse and ensures community safety through a comprehensive team response to allegations.
- North Alabama Medical Reserve Corp - Supplements existing community organizations in preparation for and response to emergencies or disasters.
- Pathfinder's "Residental Rehabilitation Program" - Provides a 90-day residential and support setting for recovery from substance abuse so individuals can return to society as productive contributors.