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FRANCES COBIAN AND KOMPALYA THUNDERBIRD, JOIN FORCES AND PASSION AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN AMERICA AND THAILAND
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Frances Cobian aka Pastor Fran invited to Blogtalkradio well know gospel singer Billy Gaines and BLIND aka Irvin who want to encourage up coming Artist the reality of becoming an artist with favor and set disciplines.
REMEMBER Motivation or talent in the world cannot hide the reality that not every artist is ready to make this next step. There are multiple factors in play that are necessary for every artist to put into perspective before making such a momentous decision. So before you pack your bags with visions of accomplishing all of your wildest dreams, be sure that you refer to these methods for music promotion and be honest with yourself by evaluating each factor when determining whether or not you’re primed to make the big move
|Posted by houseofgodspower on April 5, 2016 at 6:40 PM||comments (0)|
Frances Cobian aka Pastor Fran had the honor of having as a Guest at Blogtalkradio with T Pooh Mcclary who is a worshiper Gospel singer. Pooh is working together with his group " Pooh and The Inspirations. The House of God's Power we are lead to come in agreement with God's plans as the Holy Spirit guides us to promote and encourge all to give props to who deserve our support. Join in and tune in as Pastor Fran loves her gospel groups and inspirations of worshipers.
|Posted by houseofgodspower on April 5, 2016 at 6:30 PM||comments (0)|
Frances Cobian aka Pastor Fran presents "BEAUTY 4 ASHES" with CEO Daphne Powel Cooper who is a detailed advocate who proves strategic services, developed for the whole HIV advocacy activities in determining priorities, through her harmonize efforts and solutions to maximizing impact in accelerating the national response to HIV. .
Based on the situation analysis, Beauty 4 Ashes CEO Daphne Cooper identified the following main areas of advocacy where all communities should focus its efforts:
Contribute to the scale up of HIV services to prevent mother-to-child transmission.
Contribute to the improvement of the medical care and management system
Contribute to the extension of the applying ethnical practices in all health facilities and official community structures.
Support the implementation of AIDS programs among youth and adolescents.
Support the increased numbers of volunteers needed in the national AIDS response.
Help reduce stigma and discrimination among people living with HIV.
|Posted by houseofgodspower on March 11, 2016 at 9:20 PM||comments (0)|
The following proposed proposal "Leading Beyond Expectations" project profitably address the global needs in preventing students from dropping out of high school and saves our economy billions of dollars.
It is my hope that the EVERY READER TO THIS WEB SITE WILL DONATE FUNDS AND will consider Leading Beyond Expectation project, in designing a custom Blue Print (Road map) to support the development of this new innovative project, which will address educational and social struggles African American and Latino male youth in high school face each day and how to combat this epidemic.
As well as provide intervention practical and entertainment tools for effective teaching and training in each school identified with high drop out rate. VISION The vision of Leading Beyond Expectation (L.B.E.) project is to advance African American and Latino male youth in high school, prepare for college and obtainable employment.
Publish a plain language packet, which will include: signs of potential drop out, resources available and LB.E.'s Blue Print Model.
DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT Provide a comprehensive mix of year-round services (counseling, career assessment, extra curriculum activities, plays and documentaries) for youth at risk or identified as a student contemplating not completing high school or seeking higher education.
MISSION Identify African American and Latino youth males who have demonstrated in action, words or performance the warning signs of becoming a dropout student. Design Blue Print for Life documenting in writing everything he wants in his life, career options, application process, deadlines and how to accomplish each goals step by step. Produce and create plays and documentaries with students, teachers and parents to address educational struggles, needs and solutions in ways that best suit and capture each student attention for life.
BROAD OBJECTIVE Create a joint effort of students, teachers and districts that values the excitement of the learning process, the importance of risk-taking and the necessity for responsible decisions and leadership. Create a lifetime opportunity of personal exploration and experiential learning. Foster love for teaching in a diverse group of high school students Build a network with leading African American and Latino Male Figures. Provide teachers and students with support as they invent, explore and experiment in the classroom.
PROBLEM STATEMENT Drop out rates with African American and Latino Male Youth continue to increase in high schools and community colleges.
According to President Obama the nations economy in our country is loosing billions of dollars behind the dropout rate increases. March 2010 "This is a problem we can’t afford to accept or ignore,” President Obama said. “The stakes are too high – for our children, for our economy, for our country. It’s time for all of us to come together – parents and students, principals and teachers, business leaders and elected officials – to end America’s dropout crisis.
CLAUDIO SANCHEZ, BYLINE: Documented on December 17,2015, after covering President Obama's State of the Union speech. "But we have very high dropout rates, especially in community colleges where it's up to 60 percent at the very time that the president is proposing two years tuition-free community college."
PROJECT GOAL Provide the tools to effectively help each student market themselves with new attitudes and behavior toward education and career options.
PROJECT STRATEGIES Strategically mentor teachers and students, promote exciting teaching methods to accommodate a range of learning styles, take advantage of today’s abundance of technological resources, and meet the individual specific educational needs of each African American and Latino male youth.
Train teachers on how to strategically identify weakness, doubts, fears, handicaps, emotional educational scars, dysfunctional family traits and educational misunderstandings which influence students from contemplating dropping out of school.
Maintain genuine interest to develop ways for our African American and Latino males to stay focus, not become bored and develop a customized strategic educational and Blue Print (life road map) to follow and complete. Sustain a comprehensive effort from Teachers and parents to keep students in school. Provide genuine support, motivation and entertainment that are educational.
Questions to address. What corrective action a teacher or parent should takes if a student refuses to discuss schoolwork and suddenly doesn't want to tell anyone about what he or she are learning in school, or how their school day went?
If African-American and Latino male's youth students are provided with opportunity to document their life stories by contemplating dropping out of school through dramas, workshops, conferences and individual training will the student participate and to what degree?
Are student comfortable in revealing with their teachers, districts and or parents the subjects they are struggling with?
How are educators handling students who suddenly become distant or angry towards school and they do not like how things are going at school?
What percentage of Youth who do not understand the material being taught at all and complain about being bored. What are pattern showing that students are struggling?
What type of misbehaviors and attitudes are demonstrated in and out of school, which really indicate how it is the youth's way of trying to take attention off the fact they are struggling with their work?
Are students aware if they are struggling, there are alternative and options available to help them?
How many youth have problems sleeping or eating often result from worry or concerned about their future success? _
What choices African-American and Latino Males common make to deter their interest in attending school?
CHALLENGES PROJECT WILL ADDREESS
Establishing a partnership with well-known successful Entertainer, Performers, Sport Idols and Artist who are males of African Americans and Latino background, which come from low-income families.
Maintaining a strong infrastructure in each school and district and sustains an effective caring supportive staff and environment where youth can thrive and achieve.
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Leading Beyond Expectations Inc, has joined Angels Over Aidan and House of God's Power Inc,. in partnership to empower, educate, prevent, intervention of Child Abduction/ Kidnapping and Parental Alienation.
Via Blogtalkradio at.....
Blogtalkradio.com/angelsoveraidan Call in number 516) 590-0968
ANGELS OVER AIDAN is an Internet radio shows concentrating on helping families who are victims of Child Abduction/Kidnapping and Systemic Abuse. Our talk show will contribute testimonies of victims and survivors of Child Abduction. We aim at enlightening our listeners on the legal definitions of Child Abduction/Kidnapping etc. We will pray and share the goals and mission of Angels Over Aidan and other families who need help, facing horrific crisis with their families and the system.
|Posted by houseofgodspower on October 8, 2012 at 5:35 PM||comments (0)|
According to Scott Pelley, CBS Evening News, "Homeless kids tip-toe in a world of insecurity, hoping to be invisible."
Family homelessness in the United States is growing at alarming rates. There are over 1.35 million homeless school age children in our nation and Central Florida has not been excluded. Since 2003, over 7,200 Seminole County homeless students have been identified
The impact of a mentorship for a L.B.E. student is immeasurable, and can touch the student's life forever and guide them down a path they never would have imagined. Some of the benefits of a LEADING BEYOND EXPECTATION OUTREACH mentorship include:
Empowering and Assisting LBE Students to Reach their Potential
Providing Students with Positive Role Models
Emotional Support through Mentoring,
Creating Opportunities for L.B.E. Students
Promoting Academic Excellence Social Inclusion and Networking.
Increased Self-Esteem and Self-Image
|Posted by houseofgodspower on April 26, 2012 at 9:20 AM||comments (0)|
Florida is leading the state in prescription drug addiction and the epidemic behind the pain management clinics, or “pill mills.” Unprecedented increases in levels of abuse pose a serious threat to the health and safety of Florida citizens. The Florida Medical Examiners report that five people die in Florida daily as a direct result of prescription drug overdoses.
The State of Florida is a primary area for international drug trafficking and money laundering organizations, as well as a principal thoroughfare for Cocaine and Heroin transiting to the northeastern United States and Canada. Florida’s over 8,000 miles of coastline provides virtually unlimited access and opportunities for drug trafficking organizations to use maritime conveyances to smuggle drugs.
Prescription drugs: Current investigations indicate that diversion of hydrocodone (e.g. Vicodin®) and Oxycodone (OxyContin) products are a problem. Benzodiapezines (such as Xanax) and methadone are also identified as being among the most commonly abused and diverted abused pain medication in Florida. Primary methods of diversion include the Internet, illegal sale and distribution by health care professionals and workers, “doctor shopping,” forged prescriptions and employee theft. Florida has emerged as a center for Internet holding companies which organize (and sometimes control) websites, physicians, pharmacies, and even pharmaceutical wholesalers. This is ample reason for Florida drug rehab, and Florida drug detox attention state wide immediately
|Posted by houseofgodspower on April 26, 2012 at 9:00 AM||comments (0)|
LEADING BEYOND EXPECTATION OUTREACH WORKSHOPS ON "Florida Marchman Act" One of the most difficult tasks for families affected by substance abuse is convincing the addict that drug rehab is needed. Interventions are one option that can lead the addict to voluntarily seek help, but sometimes the addict simply won’t budge. In such instances, it may be time to consider forcing the addict into substance abuse rehab. More than a dozen states have laws dealing with involuntary commitment for addiction treatment. Florida’s Marchman Act is among the most progressive of these laws
One of the most difficult tasks for families affected by substance abuse is convincing the addict that drug rehab is needed. Interventions are one option that can lead the addict to voluntarily seek help, but sometimes the addict simply won’t budge. In such instances, it may be time to consider forcing the addict into substance abuse rehab. More than a dozen states have laws dealing with involuntary commitment for addiction treatment.
We recommend L.B.E. Outreach Services for our Marchman Act clients.
Q. What is the Marchman Act? A. It’s a civil, confidential involuntary commitment statute in the state of Florida. To put it in layman’s terms, it’s a law devised to assist families through the courts to get loved ones into court-ordered-and-monitored intervention assessment stabilization or detox, and long-term treatment when they won’t do it themselves.
Q. Who can invoke the Florida Marchman Act to force someone into treatment? A. A spouse, blood relative or any three people who have direct knowledge of a person’s substance abuse. Many people who don’t have any family at all, so that’s why the law allows for three people who have independent knowledge.
Q. What kind of proof must I provide that this person needs treatment now?A. You have to demonstrate that the person has lost the power of self-control with respect to substance abuse, and that they’re likely to inflict harm upon themselves or other people unless they get help. Also, you must demonstrate he or she doesn’t have the capacity to appreciate the need for care or make any kind of rational decision regarding that care. And finally, they’re unwilling to do this voluntarily.
Once you file, many times the addict suddenly says, “Okay, I’ll do it.”
Q. Once I file the necessary paperwork, how does the process work?A. A hearing is set before the court after a Petition for Involuntary Assessment and Stabilization is filed. That petition is basically says, “Judge, I want you to have this person assessed and stabilized.” Following this hearing, the individual is held for up to five days for medical stabilization and assessment. A recommendation is also made to the court.
Following that process, a Petition for Treatment must be filed with the court and a second hearing is held for the court to review the assessment and recommendation. Based upon that recommendation, the judge can then order a 60-day treatment period with a possible 90-day extension, if necessary. If the addict exits treatment in violation of the judge’s order, you return to court and have the addict answer to the court as to why he or she did not comply with treatment and returned immediately for involuntarily care. If the addict refuses, he or she is held in civil contempt of court for not following the treatment order, and is ordered to either return to treatment or be incarcerated. This why the Marchman Act works — it carries real consequences.
One advantage of hiring a law firm is having the ability to skip this first step and expedite the entire process, especially the crucial phase of having the person medically stabilized. A lawyer will file a sworn petition that lays out the facts and demonstrates the need for immediate substance abuse assessment, detox and intervention. There can then be a court order in as little as 24 to 48 hours.
Q. Must the addict be a Florida resident to be treated under the Marchman Act? A. No. People who are using drugs are often transient, so it’s difficult for families to lock them down with residency. With the Marchman Act, if they step foot in an area, we can file in that area. We actually have clients from all across the nation calling us saying, “We’re going to get somebody down to Florida so we can hold them.”
Q. Is an attorney needed to seek treatment under the Florida Marchman Act?A. An attorney isn’t required under the Marchman Act, but an experienced attorney does offer a greater chance of success. 9-of-10 families who try to take advantage of the Marchman Act on their own often run into difficulty because they simply don’t know the rules of civil procedure. It’s like doing your own criminal case or divorce. Many Marchman Act filings are dismissed for technical reasons, even though the addict fits all the necessary criteria to qualify.
It’s also important to note that in order to protect the addict’s due-process rights, every addict who appears in court under the Marchman Act has an attorney assigned to them. Families walk in there thinking they’re trying to get someone help, and suddenly their loved one has an attorney trying to get the case dismissed.
We like to tell the families, “Look, you tell us to start this thing, and then it’s time for you to step back. You’ve dealt with enough, and it’s time for us to shoulder the burden here. We’re going to get the person into treatment, and if they leave, we’re going to get them back.”
At LBE we have a referral list of attorneys who have the credentials to help families benefit from the years of experience they have in working on Marchman Act cases.
Q. Will treatment under the Florida Marchman Act cost more?
A. L.B.E. is a profit incorporation so there is a cost involved for hiring us, with the exact cost varying based upon the complexity of the case. The good news is that we work with families through payment plans, because we know that oftentimes treatment can get expensive.
We charge a flat fee, so families know upfront the cost of our services, and we offer a free and thorough initial consultation. For families without the ability to pay for treatment, we can explore other options on a case by case basis.
|Posted by houseofgodspower on April 12, 2012 at 9:20 PM||comments (0)|
It seems that the glamor of parties,casual dating, and living away from mom and dad is enough of an incentive to keep students in school. So, why do ambitious young people drop out of college?
1. FINANCIAL REASONS
With almost every degree comes at least a decade offinancial misery. Every kid is entitled to a quality college education, butsometimes finding the money to get that education isn’t easy. The average costof a private, non-profit college is about $35,000 a year. For many, the choice is either to sign their life away tostudent loans, or pack their bags and head home for cheaper pastures.
2. ACADEMIC FAILURE
It’s tough finding out there’s more to college than keggersand sex. For many kids, high school was easy to blow off. Kids who could coastthrough high school sometimes hit college and are unprepared for the effortthey need to put in to succeed.
There is a big difference in the pre-algrebra they tooktheir freshman year of high school, and the calculus they are required to takein college. Once the academic withdrawals start rolling in, they start lookingfor a life that’s just a little less challenging.
3. FAMILY ISSUES
Sometimes college is about making tough choices. Sadly, theworld doesn’t stop just because college starts. There are times when thepersonal life of a student will interfere with their ability to finish asemester. Whether it is a loved one falling ill, or a parent’s loss of a jobthat forces a kid into the work force, there are times when college has to beput on hold. The only hope is that life won't get in the way of collegeforever.
4. TOO MUCH BOOZE
College can be a fun time for a kid. For some, it’s aboutexperimentation and self discovery. For others, sadly it’s about putting theirliver through the ringer. It’s hard to make the Dean’s List when they can’t wakeup for their noon class. Kids who party too hard don’t study enough, and thatkind of routine catches up with them quickly. A semester or two of living theAnimal House fantasy will get them kicked out of school.
5. NO DIRECTION
It’s too bad college can’t figure out the rest of your lifefor you. Imagine going to your job everyday without direction, knowledge, oreven a sense of what’s next. That’s how many kids feel when they go to campusthe first time.
Sitting in a classroom gets old when they feel no reason tobe there. Some take the step to scale back their education and enroll incommunity college courses. Others give up the world of academia until theyfigure out what they want.
6. JOINING THE WORK FORCE
Who needs college when there are so many glamorous jobs outthere? Some students see college as a means to make themselves more attractiveto potential employers. Others see college as getting in the way of potentialemployment. Those students tend to leave college to join the work force. Some studentssay “yes” to a dream job. Others quit school and take a job that is more orless limiting to their financial future. There’s hope that it will lead tobigger and better things, but those instances are few and far between.
7. TOO MUCH WORK
There are a number of students who go to school and workfull time. These students are usually older, and in a position where leavingtheir job isn’t an option. So, when the balance of job and school gets to betoo difficult, something has to give. At that point they have to turn in theirtextbooks and get back to work.
Heartache might seem like a weak excuse to cut youreducation short, but it’s real, and it hurts. Relationships are difficult tomaintain in college, and breakups can be one big soap opera. The constantpainful memories, and the dividing of mutual friends might be too much for aperson to take. That’s when students get packing.
9. HOME SICKNESS
College can often bring forlorn looks out of every kid.College is about the unknown. For many kids this is an exciting time. Forothers it’s just too much. There are a number of students who relish thecomforts of home. Everything from the taste of mom’s homemade chili, to thepizza place on the corner, symbolizes security to the homesick college kid.When those old familiar things start calling, it’s time for these students toget home.
College isn’t for everyone. Whether it is the cost, the lackof direction, or missing friends who stayed local, college can be a challengethat some aren’t ready for. College often doesn’t get easier with age, andthere will always be some reason to withdraw early. But for those willing tomove past these complicating factors, the rewards are worth it