Tuesday, November 16, 2010

What does Abba Uno do?

The Abba Uno Center is all-inclusive, believing that every person has inherent dignity and worth by virtue of being created by One God and therefore is entitled to equal treatment. We offer (or host) multi-denominational worship services, inspirational speakers, addiction group meetings, addiction counseling, family counseling and mediation, as well as a variety of educational seminars. Programs offered include:
# Restorative Justice,
# Life without Violence,
# Anger Management,
# Addiction Awareness,
# Life Skills Development Programs and
6. Life Coaching.
Abba Uno also provides community re-integration services such as employment support, community
support and reconciliation, plus mentoring and start-up guidance according to individual needs

Abba Uno Center

Abba Uno is based out of Hamilton Ontario Canada and has a 4,200 square foot fellowship area called the Eden Room which is used for multi-denominational worship services, meetings and events. The current site of Abba Uno is going to be finished it will house a community recreation area, counseling rooms for families, coping with a variety of problems including addictions, and group counseling areas. For more information, please contact the Abba Uno Center.
Abba Uno's next goal is to add to its existing facility and to add to it another story. As part of our vision for rehabilitation and community reintegration, our long term goal is residential units in the area to be used as transitional housing for those working towards self-sufficiency.
Self sufficiency is a prime focal point of Abba Uno's and to help people get off of the ground. The non profit charitable organization intends to help those who want to help themselves to prosper with the resources Abba Uno can provide to them.If you have any ideas for a project that will help the Community as a whole, please feel free to contact Abba Uno.

Abba Uno's mandate

Our mandate is:

1. to provide a safe and caring environment for healing, learning and rehabilitation support for recovering addicts;
2. to provide counseling and assistance to individuals and families in the local community;
3. to host self-help group meetings;
4. to offer initiatives that lead to positive experiences, and reintegration into self-sufficiency;
5. to share with others the life-giving message of love, hope, and salvation.