Balance For All Ages

We believe that all aspects of an individuals life should be lived and experienced without limits. In order to truly allow a youth or adult to find their outlets to relate to, we help build tangible experiences to carry on throughout their lives. That is why we have allowed ourselves to creatively come up with services, programs and activities.

Our programs divides participants into 3 categories. These are based primarily on the varying needs during specific ages that are associated with individuals dealing with their challenges and complications within ones mental health.

  • Children ages 7-12

  • Teens ages 13-20

  • Adults 21+

 

We aim to provide individuals facing a variety of mental health complications and challenges with opportunities for personal wellness and development through various Physical Activities, Arts and through our S.T.E.M. activities: 

Fitness

 

Our physical activities provide an additional outlet for participants where they can channel their energy into constructive areas that encourage the development and honing of skills and attributes including teamwork, leadership, self-confidence, problem solving and strategic thinking; participants will also be enabled to identify new areas of interest and/or skill.  Options for participation include instructional, recreational and competitive. Physical activities are conducted directly by The Balanced Hope Organization or via partners and include but are not limited to:

  • Organized sports

  • Indoor fitness & health activities

  • Outdoor fitness & health activities

The Arts

Our activities in the arts space provide an additional outlet for participants where they can channel their energy, feelings and thoughts into constructive areas that encourage the development and honing of skills and attributes including creativity, embracing individuality, strategic risk taking, teamwork, leadership and self-confidence; participants will also be enabled to identify new areas of interest and/or skill.  Options for participation include instructional, recreational and competitive. Activities in the arts are conducted directly by The Balanced Hope Organization or via partners and include but are not limited to:

  • Visual Arts

  • Performing Arts

  • Literary Arts

  • Culinary Arts

S.T.E.M.

Our activities in S.T.E.M. provide an additional outlet for participants where they can channel their energy, into constructive areas that encourage the development and honing of skills and attributes including creativity, strategic thinking, critical thinking, problem solving, intellectual curiosity, teamwork, leadership and self-confidence; participants will also be enabled to identify new areas of interest and/or skill.  Options for participation include instructional, recreational and competitive. Activities in the S.T.E.M. space are conducted directly by The Balanced Hope Organization or via partners and include but are not limited to:

  • Computer programming

  • Mathematics

  • Coding

  • Gaming

Giving Back & Alternative Areas of Interest

Our activities in various areas aim to provide individuals facing or relating to a variety of mental health complication opportunities for personal development & growth via participation in volunteer opportunities.  Volunteering provides an additional outlet for participants where they can channel their energy & feelings by giving back to others in the community.  This encourages the development and honing of skills and attributes including generosity, teamwork, leadership and communication; participants will also be enabled to identify new areas of interest and/or skill.  Volunteer activities are conducted directly by The Balanced Hope Organization or via partners across all volunteer categories. Where a program is not already in place aligned to the needs and interest of participants, counselors may conduct individual or small group activities in alternative areas. 

Therapy: 

Information &

Awareness

  1. Group

  2. One on One

  3. Family Counseling

  1. F.Y.P​-Finding Your Passion

  2. M.O.V.E-Map Out Variable Exceptions

  3. F.R.A.M.E- Finding Relatable Areas Means Everything

Channeling Energy:

Create Your Balance

  1. Changing How Imbalance is perceived

  2. Building Your Own Balance

  3. Moments & Memories & Motivation

Transitioning Balance:

Whatever Your Journey

  1. Change is Continual and Inevitable

  2. Its Not Over Until You Say It's Over

  3. Decisions are to be made, Questions are meant to be Asked

Career & Life Skills:

Live Your Balance

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