The Reverence Project offers both direct services and referrals to meet the varied needs of those we serve. Services include…
The Reverence Project has a diverse team made up of many experiences that allow us to have a wealth of information at our disposal ready to share with the community. Information includes, but is not limited to, housing, food, recreation, survivor/victim services and more.
The Reverence Project is dedicated to supporting individuals with their struggles and successes. We assist in many types of advocacy, including, when appropriate, court accompaniment, interviews with law enforcement, assistance navigating city, county and state agencies, school enrollment and other agencies depending on the needs of the individual.
The Reverence Project provides in-house emotional support & safety services, as well as referrals upon request, for those individuals facing difficult situations, ensuring that they are not alone in navigating life’s obstacles.
For individuals and families experiencing trouble finding emergency, transitional or stable housing, The Reverence Project has numerous resources to assist in the search for safe housing.
The Reverence Project has access to attorneys and knowledge regarding various programs to provide clarity and support in navigating the criminal and civil justice system. Individuals can learn their rights, understand procedures, and receive support during the process.
The Reverence Project stays up to date on new policies and systems at local, state and national levels in order to best serve the community. That knowledge is then used to assist individuals in gathering needed documents and fulfilling requirements in order to advocate and ensure proper resources are received.
The Reverence Project, through experience and extensive community partnerships, offers support, development and training in areas such as peaceful crisis intervention, life skills, restorative/transformative justice, and mentorship. A key objective of The Reverence Project is to re-empower community members to utilize their power in affecting meaningful change in the community.
Utilizing direct service, a network of partners and existing community resources, The Reverence Project provides individuals affected by trauma with access to alternative healing services. Utilizing a non-clinical, community-based human to human supportive healing approach, The Reverence Project provides access to healing methods such as…