Loves Village

For more information on how to get out support groups into your school, organization, or facility please contact:

(856) 457- 3553 or email your request to lovesvillage@gmail.com.

Stronger Mothers

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Stronger Mothers is a community-based support group for women throughout southern New Jersey. We aim to unify Mothers and Caregivers so we may collectively address women-related issues in our community and promote success and excellence among our youth. Our goal is to develop female leaders to guide our community with passion, purpose, perseverance and strength.

We Care Foster Care

We Care Foster Care is a community-based support group for children and adolescents who have experienced or are currently in the foster care system. Our mission is to provide support, education, and trauma-focused treatment to promote healthy living and life skills training. Case Management and Success Plans are also provided to adolescents and families in the reunification process. This group is facilitated by licensed therapists and volunteer mentors. Leave your information in the Contact Us section if you are interested in becoming a mentor.

Blossoming Buddies

All children should have the joy to create, express and imagine. Blossoming Buddies provides art therapy to children ages 3 to 14. This support group is facilitated by licensed therapists and certified art educators to provide psychoeducation, tools, and resources to families of children with mental health symptoms.

Beautiful Brown Butterflies

Beautiful Brown Butterflies (Triple B) is a community based adolescent support group developed to encourage, educate, and empower young ladies of color ages 10 to 17. Our mission is to inspire our young brown girls to effectively operate using her Triple B's: Brain, Beauty, and Black Girl Magic.

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Ashlee Todd Turns Trauma Into Way to Help Others in Bridgeton

Ashlee Todd said being a single mother and experiencing those delicate years without her supportive grandmother were never things she planned on.

But after the father of her first child was murdered while she was five months pregnant and her grandmother died unexpectedly all within a month of each other, Todd found herself alone. Now a mental health specialist with a master’s degree in her hometown and president of the Bridgeton Board of Education, Todd said those dark days shifted her life and managed to bounce back anew.