JJPI offers support program for boys surviving sexual abuse

The Joseph J. Peters Institute, a program of Public Health Management Corporation, sponsors a program called BOSS: Boys Overcoming Stigma and Shame.

BOSS offers art, music, movement (step), and group psychoeducation to boys ages 6-18 who have experienced sexual abuse and are currently receiving Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. The program takes a "man to man" approach, so sessions are led by men (with a preference for hiring male survivors of sexual abuse).

Meetings are bi-weekly

If you have any questions or would like to refer a youth, contact Devynn Gray.


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