This program is intended to build neighborhood trust by using healthy and safety-campaign to reduce violence and crime among young people in our neighborhood beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.
The CMRH approaches program design adopted interventions tools and procedures utilized in the Social Responsibility Therapy (SRT) to address harmful behaviour self and others. Research evidence shows that lack of social responsibility demonstrated by multiple forms of abusive behaviour, dangerous.
We provide community interventions and therapies that help social responsibility in young people with multiple forms of harmful and abusive behaviour, whose social responsibility level will determine their future and ultimately determine our society’s quality of living. Our programs are an inherent empowerment focus and develop social maturity and emotional maturity, including self-awareness, self-efficiency, and self-control as competing factors to harmful behaviour. The SRT program uses an innovative approach to target five basic types of destructive, abusive behaviour: sexual, physical, property, substance, and trust abuse and other cross settings using a treatment, home, school, and community”.
The program is implemented through two levels:
The SuperSober Minds
The intervention is run through social media such as Snapchat and Instagram to encourage young people or youth age 12-25years to maintain a healthy and safe environment in our neighborhood free of violence and crime. The program uses Snapchat or Instagram messages among groups or affiliates young group chats with the messages that encourage wise drinking, great social interactions, love, and peace with the theme: “ALWAYS SOBER”.
The program promotes safety, health, and freedom to minimize rates of violence and crime in our neighborhood across Victoria.
This is an educational intervention that raises awareness about the use and harm of Alcohol and Other Drugs (AODs). The program is delivered by experienced trainers in Alcohol and Other Drugs to ensure better education and awareness about harms, including the implications of substance abuse to family violence and mental health.
The program delivers education sessions and campaigns, through workshops, seminars, or online social media to educate the community, families, parents, and young people. The program aims at harm reduction strategy and safety for the community.