Youth in Transition
HOPE: Healing, Opportunity, Prevention, Education
HOPE approaches youth development in a holistic way. HOPE was developed to support the increasing number of youth (16-25) on probation, parole and those aging out of the foster care system by identifying the barriers our youth face.
We look to provide the tools and resources to support a holistic rehabilitation and reintegration.
Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness.– Desmond Tutu
The HOPE program strives to provide the essential tools to give all youth the opportunity to succeed in life. Hoping to revolutionize the world of youth development by assisting youth with:
- Education, Training and Employment
- Health and Wellness/Mental Health Counseling
- Financial Literacy
- Life Skills Training
- Anger Management
- Community Engagement
- Fines & Restitution
- Spiritual Care
To support rehabilitation and reintegration for youth on probation, parole or aging out of the foster care system by promoting community involvement and connecting youth with academic enrichment, housing, training, and employment resources.
Molding youth to be a positive impact in their community.