Group Services at Harvest Home

Harvest Home group services exist to equip residents with a new set of skills and tools through classes, coaching, and a specific curriculum for group members. Please see the curriculum page for more details.

Trauma Group: A faith-based approach creates an environment to heal from the impact of trauma experienced personally, and historically by their family within the community as a whole. Offers a safe environment for in-depth reflection, interpreting emotion, processing, and evaluating emotions, working through pain, journaling, identifying triggers, learning safe coping skills, and grounding techniques, that will lead to healing amid newfound freedom. Education on trauma bonding, toxic cycles, and red flags to avoid include activities that promote healing from trauma both experienced and witnessed.

Biblical, cognitive behavioral training identifies unhealthy patterns of thinking and develops new ways of processing emotions and right decision-making. Addressing root issues of thought processes and replacing them with positive healthy thinking. Examine what formed the ideas and beliefs that influenced wrong choices and behaviors then implement an accurate view of it.

AODA education group: Fostering awareness about addiction and relapse prevention. Educate on the cycle of change, the effects substance abuse has on the brain, early warning signs of relapse, consequences of substance use, developing a recovery care plan, and relapse prevention plan.

Celebrate Recovery: A faith-based 12-step recovery program for those struggling with addiction and co-dependency.

Emotional Processing Group: Examines maladaptive coping mechanisms and equips members with newly learned skills on how to process and address emotions, self-awareness, mindfulness, adapting to new situations, and healthy coping skills.

Overcoming Depression group: Addresses and identifies what is influencing emotions toward hopelessness, isolation, and developing self-worth.

Conflict resolution: Addressing boundary setting, conflict resolution, identifying triggers, and developing healthy responses.

Facing Freedom Christian Life Skills for Women: Exploring three areas necessary for moving forward in freedom including emotions, relationships, and choices.

Health Class for Women: A certified health coach and trained volunteers, educate with material from Dr. Dear’s Wellness Institute about the balance of making healthy choices with lifestyle, exercise, attitude, and nutrition (L.E.A.N.). We have fun and move at the same time!

Accountability: Includes drug testing, correspondence, or reports with courts, probation officers, attorneys, and other professionals to advocate to monitor the success of our residents. Collaborate with Operation Cleanslate or other outpatient treatment monitored by professionals working as a team for each individual. Providing Case management through other professional organizations including progress reports, goal setting, and strategies to address unique needs, and concerns.

Art therapy: This once-a-week art group is held to express creativity with paintings, collages, candles, shirts, and stone steps by building connections and discussion around feelings, scriptures, and principles of art.

Group Services at Harvest Home

Harvest Home group services exist to equip residents with a new set of skills and tools through classes, coaching, and a specific curriculum for group members. Please see the curriculum page for more details.

Trauma Group: A faith-based approach creates an environment to heal from the impact of trauma experienced personally, and historically by their family within the community as a whole. Offers a safe environment for in-depth reflection, interpreting emotion, processing, and evaluating emotions, working through pain, journaling, identifying triggers, learning safe coping skills, and grounding techniques, that will lead to healing amid newfound freedom. Education on trauma bonding, toxic cycles, and red flags to avoid include activities that promote healing from trauma both experienced and witnessed.

Biblical, cognitive behavioral training identifies unhealthy patterns of thinking and develops new ways of processing emotions and right decision-making. Addressing root issues of thought processes and replacing them with positive healthy thinking. Examine what formed the ideas and beliefs that influenced wrong choices and behaviors then implement an accurate view of it.

AODA education group: Fostering awareness about addiction and relapse prevention. Educate on the cycle of change, the effects substance abuse has on the brain, early warning signs of relapse, consequences of substance use, developing a recovery care plan, and relapse prevention plan.

Celebrate Recovery: A faith-based 12-step recovery program for those struggling with addiction and co-dependency.

Emotional Processing Group: Examines maladaptive coping mechanisms and equips members with newly learned skills on how to process and address emotions, self-awareness, mindfulness, adapting to new situations, and healthy coping skills.

Overcoming Depression group: Addresses and identifies what is influencing emotions toward hopelessness, isolation, and developing self-worth.

Conflict resolution: Addressing boundary setting, conflict resolution, identifying triggers, and developing healthy responses.

Facing Freedom Christian Life Skills for Women: Exploring three areas necessary for moving forward in freedom including emotions, relationships, and choices.

Health Class for Women: A certified health coach and trained volunteers, educate with material from Dr. Dear’s Wellness Institute about the balance of making healthy choices with lifestyle, exercise, attitude, and nutrition (L.E.A.N.). We have fun and move at the same time!

Accountability: Includes drug testing, correspondence, or reports with courts, probation officers, attorneys, and other professionals to advocate to monitor the success of our residents. Collaborate with Operation Cleanslate or other outpatient treatment monitored by professionals working as a team for each individual. Providing Case management through other professional organizations including progress reports, goal setting, and strategies to address unique needs, and concerns.

Art therapy: This once-a-week art group is held to express creativity with paintings, collages, candles, shirts, and stone steps by building connections and discussion around feelings, scriptures, and principles of art.

Needs for the home

Monetary Donations

Walmart cards

SuperValu grocery cards

Gift Cards for awards

Kwik Trip gas cards

Bottles of Advil

Tylenol

Electric blankets

Bus passes

 

Volunteer Opportunities

Computer

Social Media

Administration

Childcare Mentors

Transportation

Professional Skills

Carpentry and Trades