HomeLight: Counseling

The first step toward self-sufficiency is a safe, compassionate environment where families can begin the healing process and set realistic goals. The families work closely with our HomeLight Team and other experts to individually address their specific needs. After an initial in-depth needs assessment, families actively participate in developing and implementing their plan. These comprehensive and personalized case management plans are designed to address their unique challenges and goals.

A focused counseling service for survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking is available immediately upon arrival. Ongoing counseling provides individual, family and group services to address the varied needs of our participants. In addition to each adult receiving one hour of individual therapy per week, they are required to participate in two mental health-oriented educational groups per week. These clinical services are provided onsite by our trauma-informed professionals experienced with at-risk families addressing issues of self-esteem, self-care, parenting skills, trauma, conflict management and personal safety.

For more information:
Email Ricardo Rosales at rrosales@midnightmission.org or call 213.624.9258 x2100

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