A Talk to your neighbors, Parent Teacher Organizations, church, recovery community b. Start a change.org petition and ask friends to share c. Open a forum for people to sign and share their commitment to the cause, how the problem is affecting them and. Inspiration and act on it b. Call illicit businesses directly to gather information, take photos, print out reviews c. Call property owners to make them aware of what is happening on their property and ask what they are doing to. A Good things to include:.
A Coloring books and crayons for the kids b. Gift cards for takeout food c. Gift cards for cleaning services d. Offer to watch her kids so she can nap or attend appointments with her counselor. 5 Include books and resources that can help her find a path toward healing. I Shattered Vows by Debra Laaser ii. What can I do about Me? Iii From Heartache to Healing by Colleen and Philip Harrison. Iv Helping Her Heal DVDs by Doug Weiss v. www.owningourstories.blogspot.com. B Great resources/programs for healing.