Child HELP Partnership at St. John's University
Child HELP Partnership was founded in 2001 with the mission of protecting children from interpersonal violence and its emotional impact. We use best practices in mental health and education to empower children, caregivers, and individuals serving them.
We are dedicated to:
(1) Healing children after trauma by providing evidence-based therapies free-of-charge,
(2) Empowering the multicultural communities by adapting these services for them,
(3) Enhancing Learning of professionals across the country by training them
in these evidence-informed approaches, and
(4) Preventing abuse and injury by offering evidence-informed prevention programs.
Program evaluation is integrated into Child HELP Partnership to ensure that the quality of our services is constantly improving. It also provides knowledge about "best practices" that is disseminated to local and national audiences.