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Dominique Moore 

Who am I? At first, I wanted to say, I’m a person who loves people, I love to laugh, I’m strong and determine, or maybe Ill say I’m a person who goes 10 extra miles to make sure the people I have a chance to come across in this life have a fighting chance for permanent change, or maybe I’ll tell people, how I live a life on purpose for the hope of accomplishing purpose. However, when I really think about me, I think I’m still becoming just like you.

I have an Associate Degree, I am currently completing my Bachelors In Social Work with a minor in Christian Studies, I will then go on to get My Masters in Social and then my License in Clinical Social Work. I am currently the CEO of a nonprofit 501c3 called Women With Worth. We are a thriving organization committed to empowering women who have been impacted by hardship, incarceration or poverty, or any walks of life to strive for educational, economic and personal success. Our program brings hope and change to women by building strong relationships, positive attitudes and life skills.

My hopes are to one day open my own private practice and a transitional home for women in order to better help the community in which I serve. My purpose is to provide clients with the tools they need to prevent repetitive behavior and improve a wide range of coping skills, we will build self-esteem by focusing on problems and working toward the solution. I will give follow-through support. I am committed to helping all people, regardless of race, ethnicity, income or social status reach their highest potential by building relationships of healing, redemption and reconciliation in the families and communities impacted by mental illness. I have come for only one reason and that is to help. So how can I help?

I truly believe that with a strong mental foundation, us together with the belief that things can change, we can then build better relationships and through support and work we can build lives and in the end build communities. I believe that!

"To the weak I became weak, that I might win the weak. I have become all things to all people, that by all means I might save some.1 Cor 9:22