Special Support Groups
Changing The Game
Reducing the Rate of Reoffending
Roberta's House holds peer support group for high risk teens who have multiple losses and may have a history of offenses with the Office of the Administrative Courts in Baltimore City. The support groups are for both male and females ages 13-17 years of age. The mission is to empower young teens with the wisdom and understanding on how to transform thier lives and create a productive purposeful life for themselves and society. Measuring progress and connecting with resources and reducing offending occurences is a primary outcome. The program is a comprehensive program that is 24 weeks long; addressing loss, the absent parent, coping skills, developing a new outlook on life and creating a vision and mission statement and field trips. The program concludes with completing job and or secondary school applications. Participants meet once a week on Thursdays from 4-6pm. Teens are accepted from all programs throughout the city and can be self referred. For more information please call 410-235-6633.
All Sessions will be held weekly on Thursday's 4:00pm-6:00 pm
"This project is supported by New York Life - Grief Reach"
Homicide Transformation Project
Roberta’s House Homicide Transformation Project will begin a comprehensive bereavement support program for African American adults (18yrs and up) who are victims of homicide from urban, low-income communities in the Baltimore Metropolitan area. The program will identify the cultural uniqueness, stereotypes and gaps in services that impact the recovery and resiliency of African Americans as well as validate the development of additional needed support services. Programs will provide a holistic approach utilizing peer support, education, self-empowerment as well as linkages to other support services. Please call for registration.
All Sessions will be held weekly on Wednesday's 6:30pm-8:30 pm for ten weeks:
Spring Session: March 17th thru May 12th, 2016
Summer Session: May 26th thru July 21st, 2016
Fall Session: September 8th thru November 3rd, 2016
"The Governor's Office of Crime Control and Prevention is funding this project under the grant number SOHG-2016-1004. All points of view in this document are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the official position of any State or Federal agency."
THE H.O.P.E. Project: SAM (Still A Mom)
The H.O.P.E (Healing Ourselves through Peer Empowerment) Project: SAM is a ten week program for mothers who have experienced a miscarriage, stillbirth or the death of their baby. Come join our weekly meeting to get support from people who understand what you are going through. The project will help mothers heal, connect with others, and learn healthy ways to cope and thrive. This is a partnership between Roberta's House and B'more for Healthy Babies.
This group meets from 6pm-8pm at Roberta's House on Monday evenings.
Spring Session: Monday, April 4th thru June 20th, 2016
Summer Session: Monday, July 11th thru August 29th, 2016
Fall Session: Monday, September 12th thru November 21st, 2016
APPLICATIONS For The Groups: