The majority of Brookview’s program participants have been exposed to or victims of some form of violence—be it intimate partner, family, school, or community violence. The far-reaching effects impact nearly every aspect of their lives. For this reason, trained mental health clinicians are on staff and work with each family member to set goals and overcome obstacles, and connect them with services they need to heal and be successful.
Youth are offered a licensed afterschool program, a teen center, a full-day summer program, and academic enrichment programs such as writing, poetry, and STEM. They also have access to school advocacy, health and wellness training, and behavioral health programs.
Adults can access programs and services related to mental health and counseling (both group and one-on-one), education, life skills, job training, wellness and physical health, and self-sufficiency training such as financial literacy.