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Project Thrive is a well-rounded initiative at Jared's Heart of Success, addressing the diverse needs of individuals by integrating grief support, mental health, wellness and self-care. This comprehensive program provides a supportive space for personal growth, offering resources, tools, and experiences to navigate life's challenges. Through a blend of live and virtual interactions. Project Thrive aims to foster resilience and well-being, empowering participants to flourish emotionally, mentally, and physically.

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Offers emotional support, share knowledge, teach skills, provide practical assistance, and connect people with resources, opportunities, communities of support, and other people.

JHOSI Host and Co-Host Survivor Engagement Events

Survivor Healing and Wellness Day, Fall-Water Lantern Festival

Christmas Holiday Fellowship: Love, Laughter & Light, Survivor Celebration of Strength Dinner

National Gun Violence Survivor Week & National Wear Orange Weekend Activities and more.

Grief And Support Services 


Individualized Grief Coaching Session

Educate and Empower individuals who want positive change and guide them to reach goals they have or identify new aspirations as they learn to love life again after a tragic loss.


*Healing Through the Stages of Grief Coping

* Skills and Self Care

​*Small support group 

Special thanks to Faces Not Forgotten for the paint portrait

of Jared created by artist Sarah Lorentz.

I became a survivor on July 11, 2015, when my only son, Jared Brown, was killed by a stray bullet by someone that should have never had his hands on a gun. Jared died two weeks before his 24th birthday. It has affected our entire family. Holidays and his birthday are a constant reminder that it’s reality and we will never see him again. His presence is missed tremendously every day! Now I advocate along with 

Moms Demand Action ,  Everytown For Gun Safety. and Sandy Hook Promise.


-Sharmaine S. Brown


Join the Everytown Survivor Network: or text the word "SURVIVOR" to 644-33


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