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Support Services

Our Support Services Mentorship program was designed after we noticed a startling lack of resources available to families struggling with the ramifications of youth being victims of trafficking and exploitation. 


As a result, we watched many families struggle and many youths fall into self-destructive patterns, with no support system to guide them to healing.

Most of the programs we encountered focused on the child individually, neglecting the family's role in healing. We wanted to build something that would wrap around the entire family.


We envisioned a Christ-centered program that partnered with families long-term to address the fallout of this specific type of trauma and designed Support Services to create a program that tackles these challenging obstacles from a family-oriented perspective. We longed to build something that could provide ongoing support for individuals and families and be an aid in recovery. 

What it is

Monarch Community Group Support Services is a mentorship program for youth ages 4-17 who have been victims of trafficking or exploitation. In many cases, these children exhibit behaviors that stem from their history and can make life at home challenging. We work with families individually, designing action plans to meet the needs of each family case-by-case basis. 

What it isn't

Monarch Community Group Support Services is not mental health treatment, and we do not offer mental health treatment at this time. We are a Christian-based mentorship program focusing on walking long-term with families in their journey to healing, hope, and restoration.

How it works

1: Fill out the request for information.

A Support Services Specialist will reach out to you within one business day to get you set up with the application and give you more in-depth information about the program.


2: Initial Application

The initial application goes over everything we need to know about your family to begin the process of building a plan to tackle the obstacles your family is facing. 

3: First Meeting

Once we have reviewed your application, we'll set up a meeting to get to know each other. We'll go over your application, get to know each other a bit, and ask more questions that will help inform how we build your action plan. You'll be able to ask any questions you have about how the process works, and we'll give you a thorough rundown of what you can generally expect throughout the mentoring process.

4: Action Plan

After the initial meeting, we'll compile everything we have and create a unique action plan for your family alone. Each family's needs are different, so we tailor our mentoring process to each family. Based on your family's needs and availability, Monarch will create an action plan to confront these issues head-on to bring healing, hope, and relief.

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