Family Therapy (September 2021)
Substance abuse can be quite taxing for the family. At Baraka women's Center, we are ensuring all members of the family heal. The sessions are being led by Pastor Njora.
It is no longer an individual fight but the fight of the whole family. While an individual is affected, finances, sibling relations and school attandance go down.
At Baraka Center, our work is to reduce the stress level in the family using tried and tested communication channels.
Baraka Center has expanded with the opening of a rehabilitation home (August 2021).
We have opened a rehabilitation center for alcoholic and substance use, disorder persons as a part of Baraka Women's Center new project.
Baraka Therapeutic home offers services on
3. Addiction counseling.
4. Psychosocial support.
5. Family Therapy.
6. Alcoholic Anonymous/ Narcotic. Anonymous meetings.
7. Vocational training as part of recovery program.
Visitors at Baraka Center July 2021
US Ambassador self held Group Mrs. Faith Ngai with dark purple visited BWC with a colleague from UN to come and see the group that wrote a proposal to US Ambassadors self help group asking for tailoring machines, salon Equipment's and computers.
Dr. Teresia Njora Graduation. 22/June/2021
From left is Engineer Charles Kalomba, the Secretary General of KNFJKA. Next is CEO Mr. Muteti of KNFJKA,in the middle is Dr. Teresia Njora of Baraka Women’s Center, next to her is Pastor Cyrus Njora, head of AA/NA (Alcoholic Anonymus/Nacotics Anonymus) program and furthest right is Pastor Ken Bakuri.
Dr. Teresia graduated from Breakthrough International Bible University. Her graduation is an encouragement to young women to pursue education.
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