Home visits would include observation and evaluation of the mother and the baby and appropriate referrals would be recommended. SGPC sees the value of home visits and desires to see the following outcomes: Promote health and safety, strengthen the mother/baby bond, enhance parenting skills and promote healthy growth and development of the baby.
At SGPC we recognize many men and women experience unresolved feeling after an abortion. For some this is right after and for others these feelings can surface years later. SGPC is that safe place that is available to you to talk one on one with a trained client advocate or medical professional to promote healing emotionally [...]
Counseling: On average a baby will be born every 19 minutes according to a Reuters Investigation. (2015) SGPC desires to be the link which will connect every mother with addictions to the appropriate facility and or program where they will feel valued, safe and loved. BECAUSE YOUR LIFE MATTERS Ms. Jackie Failla, SGPC’s RN was invited [...]
Adult (at least 18 years of age) family members who have not yet earned a high school diploma have the opportunity to participate in the Worcester County Adult Education GED Program. Educate, Equip & Empower Through the services of one of our board members, persons interested in this program can be tested right at SGPC and [...]
A mom can earn "Mommy Money" by investing her time in our L.E.A.P. Program and other community resources or services that invest in her life as a woman and mom. This play money can be used to buy new baby items such as baby clothes, car seats, pack and plays, diapers, and other maternity/baby items we [...]
The Young Moms of the Shore is a support group for young mothers that meets every other Monday evening at SGPC. Dinner is provided, followed by a guest speaker, interactive crafts, practical education, and a time for sharing. Moms in our program can earn “Mommy Money”, which can be spent on a selection of essential baby [...]
D.A.R.E. Dads is a program for young fathers. Three fathers–Chip Galloway, Larry Wilgus, and Mark Simulus–act as leaders and role models in this program. These three leaders are transparent about their own experiences with their fathers, with overcoming addiction, and with raising their own families. The atmosphere of D.A.R.E. Dads is one of openness and trust. [...]