Project THRIVE

Project THRIVEProject THRIVE is an initiative of the Mobile Police Department dedicated to providing assistance to citizens who have been victimized by violent crimes. Trauma can have lasting adverse effects on a person's mental, physical, social, emotional or spiritual well-being.

Led by the Mobile Police Department, Project THRIVE was created to close the gap between the victims of traumatic events and the services those individuals need to recover. The multi-disciplinary team, comprised of various agencies, works to fulfill the common goal of improving community safety by helping the citizens of Mobile THRIVE.

LET US HELP PROVIDE THE RESOURCES YOU NEED TO THRIVE

  • Take part in our regular community meetings that address trauma
  • Help prevent violence and other forms of trauma in your community
  • Refer survivors of trauma to Project THRIVE
  • Support trauma-informed initiatives within your community 
  • Contact us for free resources

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United Way 2-1-1 connects you with a trained referral specialist who will direct you to an agency that can help almost any situation.

OUR VISION

To create an enduring culture of safety, trust, and hope where all individuals and families in Mobile, Alabama are empowered to achieve optimal health and well-being. 

THE MISSION

To foster a trauma-informed community through strong partnerships that facilitate Trauma Healing and Resiliency in the Wake of Violent Events (THRIVE).

TRAUMA DEFINED

Trauma is "an event, series of events, or set of circumstances that is experienced by an individual as physically or emotionally harmful or life-threatening; and that has lasting adverse effects on the individual's functioning and mental, physical, social, emotional, or spiritual well-being." –SAMHSA

COMMON SOURCES OF TRAUMA

  • Child Abuse
  • Rape and Sexual Assault
  • Domestic Violence
  • Unemployement
  • Violent Crime

CONTACT US

If you are experiencing trauma, seek help today by calling 251-208-6383 or 251-208-6384. For other needs, you may also call United Way 211 (DIAL 2-1-1) to be connected with a trained referral specialist who will direct you to an agency that can help in almost any situation.

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