Mothers In Charge focuses its services on several areas Victim Services and Advocacy, Re-Entry/Re-Integration Services, Youth Development and Public Information and Education.

Harcum College Open House at Mothers in Charge

Did you know that Harcum College is bringing higher education to your community? Join us at 5 p.m. on September 13th. Click for more info:

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Public Information And Education

MIC conducts Public Education, Outreach and Advocacy both Locally and Nationally to facilitate discussions around on Violence Prevention and Intervention.

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Grief Support

Individual and group support is available weekly to those who have lost loved ones to violence. Crisis counseling, therapeutic storytelling, and a support hot-line.

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School-Based Grief and Loss Groups

Group sessions are provided to children who have experienced loss.

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Thinking For A Change Program (T4C)

A Cognitive Skills/Problem-Solving Training for Incarcerated Individuals offered in Three Philadelphia Prisons and for At-Risk populations.

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Anger Management

Participants are referred from Philadelphia Court & Probation systems for nine, weekly sessions of anger management support.

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Working Together For Women (WTW)

A substance abuse treatment program, in collaboration with Caring Together of Drexel University School of Medicine.

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Girls Mentoring

Weekly after school life skills and mentoring sessions are offered to at-risk adolescent girls.

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