Formal and informal education for youth and adults.
Nicole N. Benton, LPC, NCC, CCMHC
aka Victoriously Speaking
Teaching financial literacy, credit and entreprenuership.
NEW TRAUMA SUPPORT & VETERAN BENEFITS ASSISTANCE
Community Advocacy, Psycho-Education, Youth and Family Enrichment, Counseling, Life and Career Coaching, Resource Linkage, Therapeutic Arts and Leadership Mentoring
Breaking the Barriers of Division for Sustainable Change
2012 - Present - Outreach and Advocacy in a low-income communities. Provides education, resource linkage, advocacy and counseling services for FREE and Low-Cost.
2015 - Performing Arts with Purpose Summer Program and Back to School Production providing FREE Therapeutic Arts and School Supplies for elementary, middle and high school youth.
2016 - Partnered with (2) Independent Living Programs to provide FREE mental health, addiction support and case management for homeless young adults ages 18 - 24.
2017 - Partnered with Hearts to Nourish Hope to assist the community and their program participants in achieving their educational and vocational goals through FREE and Low-Cost mental health, addiction support, advocacy and case management services.
2018 - Opened Wholistic Wellness Clinics in collaboration with Hearts to Nourish Hope in Riverdale, GA and Lawrenceville, GA.
Youth and families will live in safe neighborhoods with less crime and be self-sufficient through their behavioral, educational and employment achievements.
Providing resources for families to Live Independently for Excellence.
Moving Together For Change
I am passionate about assisting others in their health and well-being to Live Independently for Excellence (Free of Fear, Anger and/or Doubt). We mainly focus on mental health, because I believe that most of society's problems stem from beliefs that are developed by traumatic experiences. Reconciliation Movement is a platform alongside community partners to create, develop and implement non-traditional forms of mental health treatment and support for those who can't afford treatment or for those who would not normally seek help.
To increase healthy families (physically and mentally), economic growth, high school/GED completion and higher education in low-income communities.
Community advocacy and projects geared towards community safety, housing and employment.