Once the initial phase of assessment is completed, clients must participate in the final stage of assessment. During the final stage of assessment clients will actively participate and assist inn setting up the Chapman Commonality Diagram on a chalk-board. Originally, this diagram was developed to address recidivist criminal/addicted behavior. However, the Chapman Commonality Diagram has turned out to be an effective tool for deterring juveniles from continuing in the wrong direction. As the diagram was well received by youths at Gateway Middle School, New Beginning and the St. Louis Juvenile Detention Center.
We enable clients to solve and/or minimize societal problems that they will encounter while functioning in society.
believes that by using the holistic approach in assessing and assisting its clients, they will gain needed skills and acquire self-knowledge.
During the assessment and intake phase clients will be assigned to caseworkers according to their specific needs.
provides its clients with information, programs and referrals to appropriate resources