Naomi shares everything she learns with others to help them grow


When you focus on problems, you will have more problems. When you focus on possibilities, you will have more opportunities.

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Our Mission

We are deeply committed to changing lives by 

empowering and nurturing growth through physical, spiritual, emotional, and educational resources to achieve wellness.

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Each one of us can make a difference, BUT together we make a change!

~ Barbara Mikulski

Meet The Team

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Naomi Singleton




Alicia Vialpando



"Domestic Violence & Anti-Bullying Advocate"

Precious Kilburg

"Yoga & Fitness Coach"


Meet Naomi

God First

Family Second

Career Third

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Naomi's faith and family truly means the most to her. Despite everything, she went through as a child she would not change it for the world.


Her past has made her a strong and caring mother put on this Earth to help others. 


Naomi is currently in school to obtain her Ph.D. in Psychology

Naomi was a victim of abuse and sexual assault throughout her childhood, and she lived on the streets with her mother in Long Beach and Whitter, CA, which led her in and out of foster care and group homes throughoutall of LA County. 


David & Margaret Youth and Family Services were one of the group homes Naomi entered into, which impacted her life today. She later met her husband in high school, who was also in foster care, as his parents had abandoned him and his siblings in a hotel in Norwalk, CA, when he was only six years old and it was two weeks before anyone noticed. Naomi and her husband have three amazing children who are all in college. 

Naomi knew she wanted to help others, but never quite knew how. In 2010 she established a Christian blog (Journey of Pure Bliss) with an online book 14 Encounters with God from the Student's Life Application Study Bible - NLT as part of her mission to share the word of Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior, which later developed into a Ministry (Journey of Pure Bliss Ministries).


She noticed so many people in need of services that she opened up Mobile Legal Inc., an organization designed to assist people and provide resources. She offered FREE services to churches and shelters for victims like herself who needed help but could not afford it.


To date, the company has expanded into many avenues and industries, and as of 2020 her non-profit has completely rebranded to ensure it's client's help wherever needed. 


CENTRAL POINT is a well-established non-profit that provides help to families and businesses with mental/behavioral health, educational, and resource services, as well as legal assistance, document preparation, and ministry.


What makes Central Point unique? They are grounded in many avenues of industries to ensure maximum help where needed. 

Naomi and her team provide services to schools, churches, shelters, group homes, foster homes, and first responders. CENTRAL POINT provides educational workshops for those who have suffered trauma, including but not limited to victims of domestic violence, and sexual assault. These recipients suffer from depression, suicidal thoughts, substance
abuse, PTSD, anxiety, loss, and much more.

Naomi provides hundreds of resources to her community, from shelter/renter/resume
assistance to self-defense workshops and much more.

Naomi also gives back to her community with her volunteer programs:


  • (FOCUS) Homeless Encampments: CENTRAL POINT Volunteers meet up one weekend a month. Friday evening they prep the meals and Saturday morning they serve them to the homeless encampments.  

  • Adopt a Grandparent: CENTRAL POINT Volunteers meet up every Friday evening to prep meals, and each volunteer is designated a grandparent to pick up old containers and drop of new ones. 

Naomi shares how her team makes it as fun as possible for their volunteers, 

including listening to music, learning new recipes, and eating their creations.

Naomi is also a volunteer for the Riverside Rape Crisis Center and TIP Organization, in the local (Southwest Riverside County) chapter of the national Trauma Intervention Program.

When asked if she is taking on too much Naomi's response is she is only getting started

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NEVER give up on something that truly makes you happy!



People who hide feelings usually care the most.

Anonymous Youth Central Point Client

Sexual Assult Victim

Listen closely as this client shares her painful story of sexual assault as a child and how she rose above society label and gained the support and resources needed to cope safely.

Naomi's Story

Are you a label?

Naomi shares a deeply painful story from her life to help others increase awareness of their journey and to give them hope for a better future.

Why Volunteer

Volunteering allows you to connect to your community and make it a better place. ... And volunteering is a two-way street: It can benefit you and your family as much as the cause you choose to help. Dedicating your time as a volunteer helps you make new friends, expand your network, and boost your social skills.