Two-Lifestyles, Inc.

Classes and Groups

  • Sexual Abuse
    Awareness Classes
  • Baby Steps
    Parenting Classes
  • WBI
    Women's Batters Intervention
  • STAR
    Anger Management Classes
  • WITS
    Youth Groups


Program Overview

Two-Lifestyles, Inc., Sexual Abuse Awareness Class - # Now I Know is here to educate our women to parent and keep their children safe from any forms abuse. It is our goal as an agency to provide supportive services to women by engaging, encouraging, educating and empowering them to becoming a healthier parent.  Please remember children are the future, we must invest in them by  spending quality  the most time with them.​

Requirements
Each person will go through a one time registration-screening process that would support them getting connected to the appropriate care manager to help receive other needed services.

Each person is responsible for paying her registration fees prior to receiving any enrollment letter or progress note.  All fees are NON-REFUNDABLE  (Up to 15 Days to pay fee) Each person will bring to the registration screening a copy of your valid driver license or Identification, current minute order, DCFS case plan or TDM services plan. (Any document stating reason for referral) 

Evaluation

After each class you are obligated to complete an anonymous evaluation form about what you learned in-group today. This is not an English or writing class we just need your honest feedback to better our program. So ladies please feel free to be honest with your thoughts.

Materials
Please bring your pen, highlighter and binder ready to work, learn and share different strategies for parenting after abuse. ​

Milestones
16 Weeks Sexual Abuse Awareness Class
It is mandatory to complete all 16 classes before receiving completion certificate. If by an unforeseen reason the class is missed you are obligated to complete with the next round parenting class.

Talking to Your Kids About Sexual Assault
It can be stressful to plan a big safety talk about sexual assault with your kid. The good news is, you don’t have to. Conversations about sexual assault can be a part of the safety conversations you’re already having, like knowing when to speak up, how to take care of friends, and listening to your gut. The key is to start these conversations when your kids are young, and have these conversations often.

Start conversations about safety when your kids are young

Teach young children the language they need to talk about their bodies and information about boundaries to help them understand what is allowed and what is inappropriate. These lessons help them know when something isn’t right and give them the power to speak up.

Teach children the names of their body parts. When children have the words to describe their body parts, they may find it easier to ask questions and express concerns about those body parts.
Some parts of the body are private. Let children know that other people shouldn’t touch or look at them. If a healthcare professional has to examine these parts of the body, be present.
It’s OK to say “no.” It’s important to let children know they are allowed to say “no” to touches that make them uncomfortable. This message isn’t obvious to children, who are often taught to be obedient and follow the rules. Support your child if they say no, even if it puts you in an uncomfortable position. For example, if your child doesn't want to hug someone at a family gathering, respect their decision to say “no” to this contact.

Talk about secrets. Perpetrators will often use secret-keeping to manipulate children. Let children know they can always talk to you, especially if they’ve been told to keep a secret. If they see someone touching another child, they shouldn’t keep this secret, either. Learn more about protecting a child from sexual assault.

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Program Overview

Two-Lifestyles, Inc., Baby Steps Program- Parenting Without Abuse is here to educate our women to parent their children without using any form of abuse. It is our goal as an agency to provide supportive services to women by engaging, encouraging, educating and empowering them to becoming a healthier parent.  Please remember the children are our future we must invest in them through their parents who spends the most time with them.

Requirements
Each person will go through a one time registration-screening process that would support them getting connected to the appropriate care manager to help receive other needed services.

Each person is responsible for paying her registration fees prior to receiving any enrollment letter or progress note.  All fees are NON-REFUNDABLE  (Up to 15 Days to pay fee) Each person will bring to the registration screening a copy of your valid driver license or Identification, current minute order, DCFS case plan or TDM services plan. (Any document stating reason for referral) 

Evaluation

After each class you are obligated to complete an anonymous evaluation form about what you learned in-group today. This is not an English or writing class we just need your honest feedback to better our program. So ladies please feel free to be honest with your thoughts.

Materials
Please bring your pen, highlighter and binder ready to work, learn and share different strategies for expressing your emotional needs.

Milestones
16 Weeks Parenting Class. It is mandatory to complete all 16 classes before receiving completion certificate. If by an unforeseen reason the class is missed you are obligated to complete with the next round parenting class.

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Program Overview
Two-Lifestyles, Inc., WBI-Women Batterers Intervention is here to educate our women how to keep anger from undermining self-esteem, emotional balance and healthy relationships. It is our goal as an agency to provide supportive services to women by engaging, encouraging, educating and empowering them to becoming healthier women.  Please remember that everyone is responsible for his or her own actions, behavior and recovery.

Women Batterer intervention programs (BIPs) have become the preferred way for responding to perpetrators in the domestic violence field. However, the research on their efficacy has been mixed. Some major studies have shown little or no effect on participants, whereas other research has demonstrated significant improvement in a subset of women who complete the programs.​

Requirements
Each person will go through a one time registration-screening process that would support them getting connected to the appropriate care manager to help receive other needed services.

Each person is responsible for paying her registration fees prior to receiving any enrollment letter or progress note.  All fees are NON-REFUNDABLE  (Up to 15 Days to pay fee) Each person will bring to the registration screening a copy of your valid driver license or Identification, current minute order, DCFS case plan or TDM services plan. (Any document stating reason for referral) 

Evaluation

After each class you are obligated to complete an anonymous evaluation form about what you learned in-group today. This is not an English or writing class we just need your honest feedback to better our program. So ladies please feel free to be honest with your thoughts.

Materials
Please bring your pen, highlighter and binder ready to work, learn and share different strategies for expressing your emotional needs.

Milestones
26 Weeks Anger Management Process It is mandatory to complete all 26 classes before receiving completion certificate. If by an unforeseen reason the class is missed you are obligated to complete with the next round parenting class.

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Program Overview
Two-Lifestyles, Inc., STAR Anger Management Program - Starting To Accept Responsibility for your Anger is here to educate our women how to keep anger from undermining self-esteem, emotional balance and healthy relationships. It is our goal as an agency to provide supportive services to women by engaging, encouraging, educating and empowering them to becoming healthier women.  Please remember that everyone is responsible for his or her own actions, behavior and recovery.

Requirements
Each person will go through a one time registration-screening process that would support them getting connected to the appropriate care manager to help receive other needed services.

Each person is responsible for paying her registration fees prior to receiving any enrollment letter or progress note.  All fees are NON-REFUNDABLE  (Up to 15 Days to pay fee) Each person will bring to the registration screening a copy of your valid driver license or Identification, current minute order, DCFS case plan or TDM services plan. (Any document stating reason for referral) 

Evaluation

After each class you are obligated to complete an anonymous evaluation form about what you learned in-group today. This is not an English or writing class we just need your honest feedback to better our program. So ladies please feel free to be honest with your thoughts.

Materials
Please bring your pen, highlighter and binder ready to work, learn and share different strategies for expressing your emotional needs.

Milestones
26 Weeks Anger Management Process It is mandatory to complete all 26 classes before receiving completion certificate. If by an unforeseen reason the class is missed you are obligated to complete with the next round parenting class.

ANGER IS ONE LETTER FROM DANGER!

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Women In Transition Supportive Services (WITS) is a Youth Empowerment Programs is designed for ages 12-17 to provide models of excellence and empowerment through lectures, workshops, group and dyad process facilitated by our very own National Transformational Coach: La Toyia Conway-Hampton.

Our curriculum focuses on personal and professional development to strengthen our young women into leadership position in the world.Helping them to Eliminate barriers from past trauma while building healthy foundation for moving forward. We meet every Friday night from 6:30-8:30 PM.  Each participant will attends over 40 hours of intensive services, ages of twelve to seventeen. 

The reason why this organization is so fantastic is that it exposes girls to strategies for healing past trauma and personal development at such early ages! The organization describes itself as “Women Empowerment Program” Being that we live in a global world and the importance of girls getting to know the world around them beyond the classroom, this organization could not have come at a better time. 

TLS WITS seeks to make young women “International Game Changers,” particularly girls who don’t have access to such programs. With their long-term goal being empowering girls to become Empowered WOMEN!

This group will help to process with an honest and open approach to topics teens face on a daily basis.

  • Anger Management, Body Image, Bullying, Community Services, Drugs, Alcohol and Addiction, Exploitation, Goal Setting, Gangs and Violence, Healthy Lifestyle
  • Leadership Skills, Life Skills, Peer Pressure, Self Esteem, Self-Love, Self-worth
  • Teen Dating, Teen Pregnancy and Teen Suicide. 

We want our young ladies to have a place they will feel safe to share and discuss the hard subjects in a non-judgmental atmosphere.  The facilitators themselves are not just trained in the topics they will discuss but were teens that have struggled and overcame these same issues. Call and register at 661-402-3076 Option 2.

Ladies please implement this..

1. Know that you are Enough.. Say It with me  I AM ENOUGH.. I AM ENOUGH!!

2. Love EVERYTHING about YOU!

3. Take good care of YOU! 

4. Know who and how to ask for help. Ask questions. Speak up.

5. Know what’s going on in the world.

6. Register to vote, use your voice to make changes.

7. Have a mentor who keeps in regular contact with you.

8. Be able to cook something, even if it’s not the greatest.

9. Developing good time management skills.

10. Know that “please” and “thank you” are still great habits to practice. 

11. YOU are not invincible. The decisions you make now will affect you later. Choose wisely.

12. Have some concept of the value of money. It doesn’t grow on trees.

13. Love and relationships are wonderful, but it shouldn’t hurt or impede on your progress.

14. Know that people will come into your life for a reason, season or lifetime.

15. YOUR dreams can come true. You are is full of potential. Set goals. Meet them. Repeat.

16. Walk confidently and love her body even if it’s not what society deems as “perfect.”

17. Learn to be happy for others, it's not always about YOU!

18. Keep certain aspects of her life private, use social media responsibly.​

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