AWARENESS, ACCEPTANCE, RELATIONSHIP, GUIDANCE, HAPPINESS
Reconnecting with our children with a sense of pride.
It is never too early or too late to strengthen a family's foundation.
Who are we?
Kol Haneshamot is a nonprofit agency providing guidance to Parents of at risk youth. Kol Haneshamot's goal is to help parents re-form the close personal relationship with their child in a caring, inclusive, and acceptive environment that promotes the child’s best interests and reinforces personal respect. Whether through a trauma, abuse, or failures in the classroom, at-risk youth have lost faith in the possibilities that await them.
•Awareness: Kol Haneshamot will bring awareness to the forefront of the communities in regards to the emotional turmoil that many of our youth struggle with.
• Acceptance: Youth who are struggling will embark on a special journey of processing and healing. Sometimes this journey will seem dysfunctional, rebellious, destructive, and harmful. We must learn to accept our youth for who they think they are. Acceptance is the first step in their healing process.
• Relationship: Parents need to establish a relationship with their children so that the child feels totally “Safe, Secure, Seen, and, Soothed”.
• Guidance: Kol Haneshamot will help provide hope to parents of youths-at-risk and their families through caring relationships and developmental opportunities for the whole family.
• Happiness: A happy child is a healthy child. A happy family is a healthy family.
Kol Haneshamot was established by parents in direct response to the growing number of families with young people that are either falling through the cracks at school or who are already entangled with disruptive, dysfunctional, and destructive behavior . The goal of the organization is to identify families of youths who are going through a turbulent transition to adulthood and offer positive support system to avoid the pitfalls that can derail their lives. The focus is slightly different at each level but the goal remains the same; empower the parents, to make positive changes in the lives of our children.