Restore & Rebuild Program

Our Annual Charity Golf Tournament helps fund the Restoring Minds~Building Futures Program. This event partners with corporations, community friends, and colleagues to raise much needed funds for professional counseling and legal services for children suffering through emotional crises. Join us for a fun filled day of golf. More details regarding the 2022 Tournament coming soon.   




If you can't attend the event but would like to support the Restore & Rebuild Program, please click the Donate button.











Restore & Rebuild Program provides support for children who suffer from emotional/psychological abuse and childhood trauma. We offer emotionally abused children an opportunity to make a dramatic change in their lives through professional counseling, and legal support. Our organization offers a comprehensive program to combat the emotional underdevelopment of children who fail to grow into healthy adults. 

Counseling Support:

  • Teaches awareness about emotional abuse

  • Establishes coping skills for emotional abuse

  • Help free a child from negative experiences and feelings that block their learning and development 

  • Enable a child to gain relief from emotional difficulties, recover and heal from harmful emotional crises and become an emotionally healthy adult  

Legal Assistance:                                                                                                          

  • Provides legal related referrals and resources

  • Available resources regarding Pro-Bono services

  • Allocate fees for Amicus services   





one in four

children in the general population

will experience  a traumatic event before

the age of 16 (National Child Traumatic Stress Network, 2008)



  • 33% of students have been bullied

  • 15% of all girls ages 14-17 have experienced sexual assault

  • 33% have experienced two or more types of childhood adversity

  • 30% of students in inner city school have witnessed a stabbing or shooting 

  • 16 million children in the US live at or below the poverty level

        (6 million are under the age of 6)

  • 60% of students 17 years or younger have been exposed to crime, violence, and abuse