Gardena, California, USA
To create culturally specific awareness to prevent and end trauma as a result of domestic violence/intimate partner violence and sexual assault by helping people develop healthy relationships.
A World In Which All People Are Safe And Free From Violence In Their Homes.
What We Believe
What We DoAbout Us
Since 1992, PRC has been committed to creating awareness to strengthen, educate and safeguard children, families, and the community on the intersections of violence from a cultural and age perspective. We believe people who know they are loved, are taught to believe in themselves, and are given the opportunity to excel, can live amazing lives.
Healing Through Trauma - Art Based Program
Positive Results Center hosts Healing Through Trauma, an arts-based awareness & prevention program targeting Black/African American youth, K-12th, young adults (8-25), and families, including those who identify as LGBTQIA, are at-risk, and low income to address intergenerational violence, abuse, racism,
sexism and misogyny, and the resulting trauma for historically marginalized and underserved communities of color.
Healing Through Trauma consists of the following virtual and/or in-person workshops:
Learn the benefits of effective communication, conflict resolution, listening, patience, public speaking, health, and hygiene. Youth learn
to take responsibility for their own actions, behavior, and happiness; how to set boundaries & create supportive & safe environments.
Our Programs are 10-12-weeks, conducted in 2-hour intervals designed to facilitate healing trauma and resolving internal and external conflict to build and strengthen leadership skills, develop healthy relationships, reduce drop-out rates, increasing likelihood of participants becoming employed and positively engaged.
Art & Writing To Heal
Creative expressions is designed to help participants find the voice for their pain; identify and reflect on what has caused pain; identify their grief and their loss (innocence, safety,
trust, etc.), & identify negative patterns or habits as a result of grief.
Bullying Through Music
Provide a clear understanding of what Bullying is, how it impacts people, schools and communities, and the various forms of bullying, including the roles of the bully, and the trauma resulting.
Learn the benefits of effective communication, conflict resolution, listening, patience, public speaking, health and hygiene. Youth learn
to take responsibility for their own actions, behavior, and happiness; how to set boundaries and create supportive and safe
Music & Movement Therapy
Historically used to reduce anxiety and promote relaxation in settings where violence, trauma and pain are identified, and has proven therapeutic effectiveness in promoting well-being, controlling pain, and neutralizing negative emotions.
Youth Peer Advocate Training
Mentor youth to be Peer Advocates and Leaders to educate, share information, resources and conduct presentations on violence awareness through small group discussions, mentoring, art therapy, outreach and prevention education.