Superior Court of Guam - Teaching Healing and Recovery for Women In Violent Environment (THRIVE)

Superior Court of Guam - Teaching Healing and Recovery for Women In Violent Environment (THRIVE)


Phone: 1-671-475-3101, 1-671-475-3383
Fax:
Email: csfs@jmail.ustice.gov.gu
Website: www.guamcourts.org
Types of Services Offered: Counseling Services, Information & Referral, Legal Advocacy & Resources, Support Services
Category: Government Local

THRIVE: Teaching Healing and Recovery for Women In Violent Environments 

THRIVE empowers women by providing education about family violence & opportunities to learn new strategies in life skills to support new life changes.

Why Learn About Family Violence?

•   No one ever deserves to be abused and no one has a “right” to be abusive.
•   Family Violence is the use of intimidation and fear to maintain power and control over a family 
     member. It can include physical abuse and it can also include any form of disrespectful behavior 
     against those claimed to be loved.
•   Family Violence destroys the human spirit.
•   Family Violence is learned behavior. It is behavior that CAN be changed.
 
Women Have A Right To...

·       Be safe...
·       Be happy...
·       Believe in themselves...
·       Have their own Identity...
·       Be heard...
·       Be taken seriously...
·       Be treated with respect & kindness...
·       Have peace of mind...
·       Laugh, live and be themselves. 

Note: Data for this listing was compiled from online sources by UOG social work students enrolled in SW110 Introduction to Community Services on Guam classes (Sections 1 and 2) in the spring semester of 2017.

T.H.R.I.V.E.

•   Helps women understand that although everyone's experience is different, they are not alone.
•   Provides a safe, confidential place to talk about your thoughts, feelings, experiences and get 
     information and/or support.
•   Offers a woman a chance to discuss questions, confusion or fears about their relationships.
•   Women are able to identify their strengths and goals, make sense of options, and be better able to 
    make decisions.
•   Women are offered healthy ways for coping with overwhelming emotions. 

Kelly Sukola, MA

csfc@mail.justice.gov.gu

Melissa Chargulaf, MSCP

120 West O'Brien Drive, Hagatna, GUAM

1-671-475-3101, 1-671-475-3383

Monday, Wednesday

05:00 PM

07:00 PM

Must schedule an appointment for an assessment.
Length: 20 sessions

Location:        

Client Services & Family Counseling Services,

2nd Floor
Guam Judicial Center
120 West O’Brien Drive, Hagatna

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