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Social Support Services for Women & Teen Girls in Transition

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Our Philosophy on the Evolution of a Butterfly
Let us help you move on to the next phase of your life
Stage 1 – EGG
(Define / Explain the problem – identify what is holding you back; Understand your role in the situation)

Stage 2 – LARVA
(Analyze the problem; How long has it existed; What are the obstacles)

(Implement a strategy; Set goals; Communicate intentions)

(Take charge; Select realistic approach; Consider the risks; Carry out the plan)

(Has the problem been resolved? What did you learn? Share your experience; Live your best life)
Just Between Us!

Held for women only age 21 & older virtually. As life poses different challenges, it’s always easier to make a transition when you can get advice from those who can relate and who are or have gone through similar circumstances.  

By attending the support group, women can begin self-care as the purpose for the group is to offer mutual support, provide & evaluate relevant information, relate personal experiences, listen to & accept others experiences, provide empathetic understanding & establish social networks in a confidential, safe and nurturing environment. 

Topics are centered on a variety of issues women face today. Whether you’re looking for inspiration, wisdom, encouragement or some light-hearted moments, we invite you to come and indulge yourself in inspirational conversation with other women just like you!  

Comprehensive Care Management - 
'Sister Friends' Advocacy for Women


Our goal is to meet your needs at your level of readiness in order to restore or sustain stability. Upon request and/or referral, a woman (age 18 and older) is linked with a peer advocate to provide supportive case management services for up to (1) one calendar year.  

The assigned peer advocate will be someone to talk to, help address problems and coping skills, support your needs, challenge you, offer insight, encouragement, empowerment, provide you with linkages to community and/or employment resources, etc.  

The peer advocate will help assess, plan, implement, coordinate, monitor, and evaluate the options and services required to help you reach your level of self-sufficiency. We shall maintain your privacy, confidentiality, health, and safety at all times.

Shades Of Women

As mothers, sisters, friends, wives, girlfriends, employees, & every other demanding title, as women, we always put ourselves last. In order to serve the community and our families, we must take time to rejuvenate our bodies, minds, and spirits. We deserve to take time out from stress and other life challenges.  

That is what Shades of Women (ages 21 and over) is designed to do; provide moments of fun and relaxation; a time to get re-energized, entertained and inspired with other like-minded women. It is a time to spend with current friends and make new ones! 

We host many social networking events in the City of & Metropolitan areas of Atlanta, GA and Columbus, OH.
Extraordinary Women in the Making! - 
Teen Girl Mentoring & Leadership Program

‘Building Leadership Skills & Character Traits’ - Age 13 - 19
The success of a young woman is measured by the level of support around her. We strive to help maximize each teen girl’s self-development, helping to build their self-esteem to lead to better life choices and opportunities. We encourage them to become role models to their peers while contributing to the betterment of their community.  

Our program helps teen girls build leadership skills like self-reflection, critical thinking, sound decision-making, goal setting, clear communication and personal accountability. Our program provides opportunities for the teen girls to realize their full potential and mix with other teen girls who may be different than themselves.  

The application period is June – August of each calendar year.  
Our program runs bi-weekly September – May of each calendar year. We provide our program on-site at various community organizations, churches, youth shelters, group homes, juvenile detention centers, middle and/or high schools. We encourage strong attendance to all sessions, activities, and events. 

Please contact us if you are interested in having our program at your site.  CLICK HERE
Hotlines for Help
Teen Line - Do you need help working something out? Do you want to talk to someone who understands, like another teen? We're here to help! Call (310) 855-HOPE or (800) TLC-TEEN (nationwide toll-free) from 6pm to 10pm PST.

(800) RUNAWAY or (800) 786-2929
National free 24-hour hotline for youth who have run away or are in crisis

Georgia Poison Center

Partnership Against Domestic Violence - accepts collect calls
If you are a Georgia resident in need of assistance, call the 24-hour toll-free crisis line at 1.800.33.Haven (42836). If you are outside of Georgia, please call the national domestic violence crisis line at 800.621.HOPE (4673).

(800) 662-HELP or (800) 662-4357
24-hour national hotline to find treatment for drug and alcohol abuse

1 (888) 373-7888
National Human Trafficking Resource Center

(866) 331-9474
Love is Respect national dating abuse helpline for teens

The Trevor Project – Crisis & Suicide Prevention Lifeline for LGBTQ Youth 1-866-488-7386

Call 911 if you are in immediate danger of hurting yourself or someone else.
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