Counseling - for individuals, couples, families and groups to address:
Stress * Anxiety * Depression * Low Self-Esteem * Relationship Conflicts * Marital Conflicts * Family Conflicts * Parenting* Separation/Loss * Divorce * Death/ Bereavement * Spirituality *Identity Issues * Alternative Lifestyle * Cultural transitions * Economic Crises *
Trauma-Informed Counseling - to address: Sexual Abuse * Intimate Partner Violence * Assault * Robberies * Witnessing Violence or Disasters * Traumatic Losses
Psycho-educational Services - for abuser intervention and anger management
Special Therapeutic Groups - for grief, domestic violence, etc.
Basic Needs - help with obtaining food, shelter, clothing
Financial Assistance - help with finding sources for eviction assistance and cut-off notices and temporary cash assistance
Career Development - referrals to programs for those seeking employable skills
Employee Assistance - workplace adjustment for employees
Crisis Response Services - to address death of employees, disasters, robberies, downsizing
Workshops for Management and Staff - team building, addressing productivity issues, etc.
Generations Familiy Services is pleased to announce that it has been awarded agrant from the Governor's Office on Crime Control and Prevention (GOCCP) to provide grief counseling support and service coordinator to survivors of homicide victims within the Northern, Northwestern and Western police districts of Baltimore City.
Losing a loved one to homicide is the hardest circumstance that anyone has to go through. The horrific crime can shatter lives if we allow it to. It takes an immense amount of courage and strength to go through life with this loss. Survivors of homicide may feel hurt, afraid, angry, or depressed after experiencing the loss of a loved one to homicide. We are here to help you through the process of grieving and rebuilding. We are aware that we cannot completely remove the grief and pain you are suffering with, but we can assure that you are not alone in this. Survivors of homicide may experience a wide range of responses that can be triggered by people, places, sights, and sounds long after the trauma transpired.
Pictured above is the "Living Room" which is a room dedicated to helping survivors process their grief and loss due to the death of a loved one by homicide. Please feel free to contact us if you know of someone who is a survivor of a homicide victim residing in the service catchment area. Call (410) 225-3504 for more information or an appointment.