Safe Way Homes of Greater Rochester, Inc. will assist distressed women with a safe place while recovering from homelessness, mental illness, domestic and interpersonal violence, poverty, and the lack of opportunity by providing intensive case management services and 24-hour supervision.
Safe Way Homes of Greater Rochester, Inc collaborative approach to empowering Women. Is an eight-step program to develop self-sufficient Women. Through the following 8 different elements of the program:
Safe Way Homes has the ability to offer Women the option of staying up to two years at the facility. The ability to stay a longer time significantly increase the chance of rehabilitation/skill development/self-sufficiency.
Safe Way Homes has four distinct competitive edges that will be leveraged to help make it a successful service provider with sufficient financial resources:
Same-gender services: This is quite valuable because homeless women are far more vulnerable than homeless men. The same-gender environment allows women to deal with self-esteem issues which are very typical in abusive and chemical dependent situations. Same-gender settings also allows a sisterhood to develop, allowing the women to bond and develop meaningful, supportive relationships together. Lastly, it minimizes the risk of sexual relations between residents.
Length of stay: Safe Way Homes has the ability to offer clients the option of staying up to two years at the facility. The ability to stay a longer time significantly increase the chance of rehabilitation/skill development/self-sufficiency.
Empowerment Program: This eight-step program, when fully engaged by the residents (which generally occurs because of the program being on-site and the duration of the stay of the clients) is quite successful in building/empowering self-sufficient, confident women.
NTU Psychotherapy Services: Spiritually-focused, culturally–competent interventions to facilitate the healing process will be provided.
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