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MJM Consulting

Our Journeys Matter

Our Vision

MJM Consulting's vision is to build and sustain healthy,



and resilient communities.

Our Mission

Our mission at MJM Consulting is to seek to educate our communities, honor all paths towards healing, create enduring partnerships, and promote and advocate for trauma informed care and resilience across communities.

How you can help

If you are interested in donating to a new charitable organization, we would be so honored to receive any donations from the public. All donations are tax deductible, and we will send you a tax donation letter for any donation that you give. 



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The Branches of MJM Consulting

MJM Consulting is a proud parent organization to KC Northland Strong. KC (Kansas City) Northland Strong is a collaborative between organizations, businesses and community members working together to build a trauma informed and resilient Northland. KC Northland Strong is powered by Human Kind, Inc.

KC Northland Strong provides workshops, public speaking opportunities, and community events that promote resilience.

KC Northland Strong also houses "Hearts of the Northland". Hearts of the Northland is a blog series about individuals in the Northland that have had their own experiences with resilience, as well as dealt with certain traumas. Sharing their stories creates a further sense of community in the Northland and inspires hope. 

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Chelsie Blakemore, Platte County Health Department

“When we were discussing how to educate child care providers on trauma informed care, we instantly thought of Jamie Wehmeyer with MJM Consulting. We were able to work with her to create a great plan of action on how to create trauma informed environments within our child care centers. Our child care providers are eager to learn about these concepts and continuously want to learn ways to help the children in their care! We plan on collaborating with MJM Consulting for as long as our providers are wanting to become trauma informed”
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