Unlocking Dreams & Potential

Empowering Minority Women and Children to Rise Above

In the vibrant heart of Las Vegas, Nevada, Emma’s House Inc. stands as a pillar of hope and transformation for the minority women and children we serve. Our foundation is built on the belief that every individual holds untapped potential, and our mission is to unlock that potential through nurturing resilience, self-sufficiency, and leadership.

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Welcome to Emma's House Inc.

At Emma’s House, we understand that breaking the cycles of disadvantage requires more than just temporary solutions. That’s why we offer comprehensive emotional and therapeutic programs, alongside inspirational empowerment activities designed to foster lasting change. Our tailored support and resources are crafted to elevate the voices and experiences of those we serve, enabling them to navigate life’s challenges with confidence and grace.


R.O.S.E (14-17 yr old girls)

R.O.S.E. (Recognizing Our Self-Empowerment) is a tailored eight-week initiative for girls aged 14-17, focusing on life skills enhancement. Participants explore themes from self-esteem and entrepreneurship to emotional regulation. We accommodate diverse learning preferences with virtual, in-person, and hybrid course options.

S.M.L Program (7-10 yr old girls)

The S.M.L Program, inspired by Samyra Marie Lee's radiant spirit, is a condensed eight-week course for girls aged 7-10. It focuses on fostering self-identity and nurturing healthy relationships. For more details, please reach out. We offer flexible course formats: virtual, in-person, and hybrid.

Pieces of Me (Middle School Girls)

Pieces of Me is an empowering eight-week journey designed for minority middle school girls grappling with identity and self-confidence. This program guides participants towards embracing their authenticity, fostering self-love, and boosting confidence. Available in virtual, in-person, and hybrid formats, it offers flexible participation options.

Beauty From Ashes Support Group

Beauty From Ashes, an eight-week journey for girls aged 7-10, offers understanding and resilience in the face of parental incarceration. Through this program, participants learn coping mechanisms and how to cultivate supportive networks. Honored with the YNAAP Grant Award from 2017 to 2019, we provide versatile course options: virtual, in-person, and hybrid.

You Can Help Us Make A Difference

Empowerment Through Your Support

Your generosity can light the path toward a better tomorrow for countless children and women. By donating to Emma’s House Inc., you’re not just giving funds; you’re giving hope, empowerment, and the chance for a new beginning.

Facility for Group Therapy

Support spaces for vital group therapy and healing sessions

Supplies for Healing Circle

Provide journals and snacks for women's circle nourishment.

Resources for Healing Circle

Equip with essential tools for women's empowerment.

Facilitator Stipends

Fund facilitator stipends to sustain healing circle guidance.

Confidence is not built through compliments, it’s built through experiences, so I think where we need to focus is on the things we’re doing to provide girls with opportunities to experience success and feel competent and capable.

~ Lisa Hinkelman

Understanding The Mission

There's Hope to Bring Beauty from Ashes

Emma’s House Inc. is more than just an organization; it’s a vibrant community committed to nurturing a brighter, more equitable future for all. We believe in the power of collective action and the strength that comes from compassionate support. By joining hands with us, you become part of a movement dedicated to making a real difference in the lives of those who need it most.

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of African American women experience symptoms of depression

A national study conducted by the California Black Women’s Health Project (2003) revealed that 60 percent of African American women experience symptoms of depression, but another report revealed that only 12 percent seek help and/or treatment (SOURCE: National Alliance on Mental Illness, 2009).

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of girls in 8th - 12th grades feel depressed at least four days per week.

Along with increased stress levels, more girls—and younger girls—are experiencing symptoms of depression or persistent sadness.

In the 2023 ROX survey, about 40 percent of girls in 8th through 12th grades and about 35 percent in 5th through 7th grades reported feeling depressed at least four days per week. (SOURCE: The Girls’ Index, Ruling Our eXperiences, 2023)

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Every contribution, big or small, helps us continue our vital work and impacts lives in meaningful ways.


Ready to Take the First Step Towards a Brighter Future?

In the heart of our mission lies a profound dedication to illuminating the path toward mental wellness for minorities, where understanding and connection often find themselves at a crossroads. At Emma’s House Inc., we don’t just acknowledge this gap; we’re passionately committed to bridging it with a blend of therapeutic services and enlightening workshops on minority mental health.

In partnership with compassionate community allies, we’re proud to offer a sanctuary where the transformative power of trauma-informed yoga brings solace and strength to both women and children. It’s more than a practice; it’s a step towards healing.

Founder and CEO, Emma's House, Inc

At the helm of our therapeutic voyage is Shameka Green, our esteemed Clinical Director. With licenses in both Nevada and Michigan, Shameka isn’t just a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist; she’s a beacon of hope. Her accolades include international recognition as a Best Selling Author and her influential voice has graced the airwaves of BET, sharing insights and spreading inspiration.

Your path to empowerment and healing starts here. Schedule your appointment today and take the first step towards a brighter, healthier future. Click below and let your journey of transformation commence.