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JOYEBELL'S CHARITIES

About Joyebell's Charities

Joyebell is Joye B. Moore's family nickname, as shared in her personal memoir Hopefully Beautiful. In her book Joye shared her real-life story of being a teenage runaway, driven onto the streets by a home filled with physical, emotional, and sexual abuse. She hopes that Hopefully Beautiful will serve as a testament to the endurance of the human spirit and the ability to overcome obstacles and emerge triumphant despite what things look like or how they feel.  Joye donates to charities that provide support services for youth that have experienced similar traumas as Joyebell and will donate 10% of each copy of Hopefully Beautiful sold to 'Joyebells Charities'. 

Our Focus Areas

Mental Health Wellness

"About 50% of individuals with server psychiatric disorders (3.5 million people) are receiving no treatment... Mental Illness Policy Org"

 

 As a child who grew up with an untreated mentally-ill mother, I understand the importance of support services for families and making resources available and treatment accessible.  I am an advocate that medication works and removing the stigma in communities around receiving mental health supports.


Child Abuse

"Every year more than 3 million reports of child abuse are made I the United STates involving more than 6.3 million children... National Child Abuse Hotline"

I know firsthand what it’s like to want to be invisible and pray to God to send someone to help me.  The importance of organizations that can provide the help and resources that help families stay strong are important threads in our community's fabric.   If you are in need of Mental Health Wellness and Child Abuse assistance, Joye B. Moore has created list of resources for you.  View our list of resources.

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"1.6 - 2.8 Million youth between the ages of 10 - 17 runaway each year in the United States. 75% are female."

(National Runaway Safeline)

Homeless Teens

"1.6 - 2.8 Million youth between the ages of 10 - 17 runaway each year in the United States. 75% are female... National Runaway Safeline"

 

I lived homeless on the streets of South Dallas for three and a half years.  I would have benefited greatly from an organization that catered to homeless teens and provided a safe place to figure it out with integrated services.  Joyebells Charities is actively looking for an organization with this vision.

If you or someone you need assistance, Joye B. Moore has created list of resources for you.  View our list of resources.

Expanded Learning/After-School Programs

"By the time they reach 6th grade, middle class kids have likely spent 6,000 more hours learning than kids born into poverty... ExpandEDSchools"

 

An after-school program saved my academic life.  It provided me a safe place to be until dark while homeless, provided me a meal and Ms. Tina, one of the staff workers, checked with me EVERYDAY to make sure that I studied and completed my homework, helping me to stay current academically in school and enabling me to stay on course to graduate on time with a 3.79 GPA while being homeless.  After-school programming matters and makes a difference.

MEET JOYEBELL'S CHARITIES

JOYE B. MOORE  - RBHA

​Website: rbha.org

We are organized into four major behavioral health service areas: Mental Health; Intellectual Disabilities; Substance Use Disorders; and Access, Emergency & Medical Services.

RBHA provides a continuum of intensive and specialized mental health services and supports for adults and youth. These services and supports assist individuals through the recovery process and enable them to be productive and contributing members of our community.

JOYE B. MOORE  - GREATER RICHMOND SCAN

Website: grscan.com

Greater Richmond SCAN (Stop Child Abuse Now) is a local nonprofit organization dedicated solely to the prevention and treatment of child abuse and neglect in the Greater Richmond area. SCAN was founded in 1991 in response to the rapidly growing rate of child abuse and neglect in the City of Richmond and its surrounding counties. SCAN’s services promote positive parenting, strengthen families and help create a community that values and cares for its children.

JOYE B. MOORE  - NEXTUP

Website: nextuprva.org

NextUp — a free program for Richmond Public Schools middle school students — provides safe, high-quality opportunities for students to explore interests, express themselves, make friends and have fun! NextUp isn’t one single program or in one specific building. Rather, it’s a coordinated system of providers that have a common commitment to ensuring middle school students have access to quality after-school activities. Programs are offered at Boushall, Henderson, Elkhardt-Thompson and Lucille Brown Middle Schools.

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​Website: childsavers.org

 

ChildSavers is the only nonprofit in Virginia using a coordinated prevention and intervention model to prepare children for school, address mental health, and recover from trauma.

ChildSavers is the only nonprofit in Virginia using a coordinated prevention and intervention model to prepare children for school, address mental health, and recover from trauma.

ChildSavers believes that all children can be safe, happy, healthy, and ready to learn.

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​Website: namivirginia.org

 

The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Virginia (NAMI Virginia) provide support, education, and advocacy for individuals and families in Virginia affected by mental illness. Along with our community-based affiliates, we provide education, support, information, training, and resources, and engage in systems change policy advocacy. 

Our mission is to promote recovery and improve the quality of life of Virginians with serious mental illness through support, education, and advocacy. We envision a world where all people affected by mental illness get the hope, help, and support that they need.

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​Website: chsva.org

Children’s Home Society of Virginia is a full-service, private, nonprofit 501(c)(3), non-sectarian licensed child-placing agency, and one of Virginia’s oldest adoption agencies. Since our charter by the Virginia General Assembly in 1900, CHS has been guided by the fundamental belief that every child deserves a home. To date, CHS has successfully facilitated placement of more than 13,500 children into safe and permanent homes.

CHS’s mission today is to find permanent adoptive homes for children of all ages throughout the commonwealth, and to provide critical support services to birth families, adoptive families, and past and present adoptees. 

JOYE B. MOORE  - HOPEFULLY BEAUTIFUL