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Family Empowerment Program
Healing and hope for survivors of domestic violence
All children deserve happy childhoods. In order to achieve safety and happiness for all children, we understand that their parent/caregiver must be safe and heal from past trauma.
Child Saving Institute (CSI) and the Women’s Center for Advancement’s (WCA) collaborative Family Empowerment Program, is designed to aid parents/caregivers and their children (ages 4 - 13) who are survivors of domestic violence in the Omaha-metro.
About the Curriculum
The Family Empowerment Program curriculum allows for parents/caregivers and their children to process past trauma and properly heal in order to rebuild a brighter, happier future. Parents and caregivers attend classes while children and youth engage in fun, interactive activities proven to address, process and heal trauma. Together, families will grow and develop skills to find stability and new hope
We proudly offer services to all members of our community who are survivors of domestic violence, regardless of age, race, material status or gender identity. We understand each family is individual and unique. We work to walk alongside those we serve to help find hope in the future and to heal from the past.
Impact of Domestic Violence on Children Training
Child Saving Institute's (CSI) Family Empowerment Program hosted a training in September 2021: Impact of Domestic Violence on Children with Dr. Sandra Graham-Bermann and parent survivors. Click HERE to view the four-part video series.
Survivors of domestic violence may be referred to the Family Empowerment Program through our community partners. Individuals may also inquire about program participation by contacting CSI. All inquiries and personal information provided will be kept confidential for the safety of families involved in the Family Empowerment Program.
Director of Prevention Services
Lead Case Manager
The Family Empowerment Program was supported by Grant Number 90EV0472 from the Administration on Children, Youth and Families, Family and Youth Services Bureau, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.