ABS Community Research was founded in part on principles of creative psychology, in that we are all unique individuals created in God's Image, and we are all God's Precious Children. These analytical models are offered to Pastoral Counselors and related leadership who provide personal support to their parishioners, and community at large, whether Christian or non-Believers.
ABS was started per request of justice leaders seeking stronger partnerships between criminal justice and mental health services to expand specialized courts, intervention programs, and specifically reduce recidivism, crime rates, and drug problems. ABS has worked with multiple courts and churches, and is committed to advancing research and programs.
ABS is currently advocating for education and schools domestically and overseas, including Christian schools, programs for orphans, resources for school choice, homeschool, considerations for the diversity of children's learning styles, and protecting the integrity of natural organic growth in child development. ABS supports alternatives to psychotropic intervention in children.
ABS has seen first hand the impact of endless wars and corruption as immediately destructive to communities, families, and livelihoods. ABS is committed to forging partnerships between Christian groups domestically and overseas, providing guidance and resources to advance and secure basic resources and revitalization.
The larger majority of the world is rural, and ripe for agricultural growth. There is more than sufficient land and resources available so that no child, individual, family should have to starve or struggle to eat. ABS is committed to forging partnerships in advancing and securing farming, farmers markets, and localized food security.
As a nonprofit , ABS provides advocacy for beneficiary groups in the form of information sharing, education, and liaison to government officials and diplomats. ABS is committed to forging an increase in government relations for Christian leadership, Pastors, Apostles, Evangelists, Teachers, Prophets, Parishioners.
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