Description

RECOVERY DAILY PROGRAM


Along with our Hospitality Program, CHD offers a restorative, long-term Day Program that consists of three phases. Our goal is to fully equip survivors with the necessary therapeutic and life skills to build a healthy, independent life.

PHASE ONE
timeline // six to twelve months

After new participants move into the safe house, they begin their recovery journey at the Day Program. Girls are equipped with life skills in sessions such as parenting, budgeting, anger management, Greek language courses, and the 12 Steps Recovery Program. This phase lasts from six months to one year, depending on each individual’s needs.

PHASE TWO
timeline // six to twelve months

Participants typically enter the Transitional Living Program or sometimes begin living independently while they start our job shadowing program in their chosen area of interest and skill. Participants wishing to pursue a career in early childhood development also have the opportunity for onsite job shadowing at the CHD Daycare at our main office.

PHASE THREE
timeline // three to seven years

Graduated participants begin the after care stage as they adjust to independent living surrounded by a caring family community. FollowCare is the formal extended support service to women who have graduated or left CHDs’ programs. It is important in program delivery to our beneficiaries that they gain a sense of community and know they are truly cared about. Even when participants have completed the formal programs offered by CHD, they will still encounter challenges in adjusting into society at large and in making a success of their lives.

 

 

 

 


Access to service and referral procedure info

Cases are referred to CHD from local intervention organizations working with women on the streets or in refugee camps, and from UNHCR. These referrals will be followed up by our staff. Cases meeting our demographic and program model will begin an interview process. Women that are a good fit for CHD and who desire to follow our program are transferred into the safe house

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