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Project Moore Hope

Project Moore Hope (PMH) is an array of services available through Moore Youth and Family Services, Inc. (MYFS) in collaboration with partner agencies to those impacted by the May 20, 2013 tornado.   These services include mental health outreach in a clinical setting as well as the provision school-based services in the Moore Public Schools (MPS).   All services are provided by therapists who are professionally trained in individual, marital, relationship, group, and family therapiesThey have the experience and compassion to help you overcome obstacles in your personal and professional life and improve daily coping skills.

Services are available to both children and adults. At Moore Youth and Family Services, client confidentiality is always carefully protected



          MENTAL HEALTH OUTREACH:  These services are provided in a confidential clinical setting.  These services are provided by to help deal with common difficulties and/or symptoms that may be occurring following the trauma of the tornado. 

            SCHOOL-BASED SERVICES:  All services are available to both the children AND Caregivers. A trained Mental Health Professional may provide a “listening ear” and/or a brief intervention that includes coping skills they may need in the moment. This can be a one- time occurrence or on-going as the need arises.  These are supportive services and are not counseling services.

 In additional service is the provision of Journey of Hope (JOH) groups.  JOH is a psychosocial program developed by Save the Children to help children and adults cope, build on their natural resiliency, and strengthen their network of social support with friends and others.  The curriculum was designed to provide adults and children with a toolkit for coping with a variety of situations.  MPS counselors, MYFS and Partner agencies have been trained in the curriculum and work collaboratively in providing this curriculum. 

Project Moore Hope services are made available through funding by United Way of Central Oklahoma, Save the Children, the Oklahoma City Community Foundation, and private donations.

               Call 703-8772 for an appointment or more information