Possibilities Inc.
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P.O. Box 92247
Nashville, TN 37209
Organization Details

Programs

Budget
$20,000.00
Description
A Haven for Healers is a six week training and support group for Black mental health professionals. In our current climate, Black mental health professionals are experiencing racial trauma, while holding space for a racially traumatized community. This group is intended to be a supportive community for Black therapists, counselors, and social workers as they process their own feelings and needs, while also learning new experiential techniques to aid their community and clients.

Each session will be a closed 90-minute group with a maximum of 10 participants per small group. Each group will cover topics that include the impacts of racial trauma, grounding and resourcing techniques, and experiential techniques that assist in processing trauma. Each group will be led by a licensed Black clinician who is passionate about racial healing within the wellness community and is experienced in experiential therapy techniques.

Beneficiaries
Adults
Blacks, African Heritage
Long-term Success
The first sessions of A Haven for Healers will take place in March 2021.
Program Areas Served
United States
Budget
$180,000.00
Description
Triumph Over Tragedy Program is a a six-day residential retreat for survivors of mass shootings. The need for such programming is enormous. Since the Sandy Hook shooting in December 2012, there have been more than 2,000 mass shootings, in which four or more people, excluding the shooter, were injured.

Triumph Over Tragedy is the only program of its kind, developed by The Onsite Foundation in collaboration with Onsite Workshops and in response to the increasing number of individuals who have survived mass shootings in this country.

The program provides a safe space to acknowledge and address the many dimensions of healing from trauma, including the body, heart and spirit. The curriculum includes multiple therapies including, for example, arts and music therapy, where participants work with a music therapist and song writer to write a song together as part of the therapeutic process.
Category
Mental Health & Crisis Intervention  - Specialized Counseling 
Beneficiaries
Adults
US& International
Victims
Program Areas Served
United States
Budget
$180,000.00
Description
Life after Loss is a one-week intensive, therapeutic workshop custom designed to help parents who have experienced the unfathomable grief following the loss of a child. Bereaved parents are 70% more likely to be diagnosed with a mental illness and are four times more likely to die within the first year of their child's passing. The Onsite Foundation has created an innovative, healing experience to support parents during this often overlooked and vulnerable time.
Beneficiaries
Adults
US& International
Program Areas Served
None
Budget
$180,000.00
Description
The Support In Service Program is specifically designed for Veterans to help bring their lives back to center. Veterans often experience trauma that cannot be seen and is too great to bear alone. After attending the program, participants leave with more hope for the future, a greater sense of self, decreased PTSD and depression symptoms, and the ability to emotionally connect better with themselves and with others. The Support In Service Program is a research-based program with proven clinical results. Participants may participate in a voluntary clinical research survey process while on campus. The Onsite Foundation offers an annual free program veterans to aid the men and women who have experienced combat stress and who are struggling with PTSD or other emotional challenges during re-integration post-service. The Support In Service Program is a seven-day comprehensive trauma workshop designed to address emotional blocks and false personal narratives that may be preventing
Category
Mental Health & Crisis Intervention  - Mental Health Treatment 
Beneficiaries
Adults
US
Program Areas Served
None