Guma’ Mami, Inc.
Program Year 2013-2014

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The Para Dinnana Program will provide individuals in the community with the recreational and leisure activities. A variety of activities such as arts & crafts, gardening, physical exercise, games, and movie time will be available. Through these activities, the individuals will be able to engage in social interaction as well as stimulate mental, spiritual, and creative growth. This growth will lead to a healthy lifestyle and a better quality of life for individuals with developmental and mental disabilities in our community.

The Guma’ Mami, Inc. Inetnon Na’saonao Program provides services to individuals in the community with various disabilities. Guma’ Mami, Inc. will engage in activities that promote the reintegration of individuals with developmental and mental disabilities as well as community service and training activities that will strengthen their own success in achieving educational advancement. Included in these activities are training and technical assistance workshops for various community-based, non-profit, private, and governmental agencies throughout Guam which focus on providing an appropriate working environment for individuals with disabilities.

The Warmline Program provides an educational and community outreach service to individuals in the community. The Warmline number is: (671) 922-HOPE (922-4673) and will be used to receive calls from individuals who need to know more information about the available services, need someone to listen to them, need to express themselves, or who simply need to hear a friendly voice. In addition, the Warmline Program will be contacting individuals in the community to engage them in services that are available, to maintain a relationship, and to prevent social isolation.

The Work Enrichment Program will provide individuals in the community with the tools and training necessary to obtain employment. The topics that will be covered in this program will range from application preparation, employment research, and interview preparation to how to maintain employment, how to obtain additional training for employment (such as college courses and/or trade school courses), and how to create a résumé. Various classes, presentations, and activities will be utilized to provide individuals with the skills needed to seek, apply for, and maintain employment.