●NBMI will provide information to and consult with residents family members, probation/parole representative, professional counselors and case managers to ensure that the residents best interest are being considered and that progress is being made in social, psychological, physical
and spiritual components of living.
●Forums are conducted in the residence, auditoriums, church and hospital meeting classrooms on anger management, substance abuse treatment, financial planning/management, household management skills and individual counseling.
●A newsletter, The Angelic Nugget, is published and disseminated to the general public, potential residents, and other concerns on a bi-monthly basis.
●The newsletter outlines program activities, participants milestones, kudos, spiritual wisdom
and other items related to women's issues and interest,
such as fasihio, music and news.
Resident follow-up will be a vital aftercare activity of the NBMI
●NBMI ministers, mentors, counselors and staff will make follow-up with their participants and their families.
These follow-up visits will be documented and the information will be used to accomplish the following:
●Determine resident's continued progress in successfully remaining viable components of society.
●Develop extended activities and provide a support system to aide graduates in identifying and achieving advanced personal life goals.
Graduates of NBMI will be expected to assist in the residence as role models that lead by example.