Free Counseling for Victims of Abuse
Nonprofit Oryoki Zendo has established an Advocate for Victims Services program (AdViSer) in partnership with YWCA Harrisburg and the Dauphin County women’s work release program. They are now providing free and low-cost counseling for victims of domestic violence and human trafficking. Oryoki Zendo is committed to helping victims of domestic violence and human trafficking regain a sense of confidence and purpose as they seek to improve the quality and productivity of their lives. This counseling program was established to honor those that have lost their lives to domestic violence and human trafficking to help provide much needed counseling to victims currently in need.
Oryoki Zendo enriches lives by providing mindful, educational programs for people of all of races, genders and faiths, offering integrative mindfulness therapies through mindfulness counseling, meditation, Zen study, priest study, meditative cooking, shinrin yoku, JazZenJourney, workshops and retreats.
Location: 2133 Market St., Ste. 220, Camp Hill. For more information, call Executive Director Andrea Minick Rudolph at 717-514-3082, email [email protected] or visit oryokizendo.com.