Our Programs and Services
Re-Entry Assistance for Determined Youth (READY) is designed to support youth and their parents as the youth transition to home and community from incarceration. Reentry services include: Cognitive Restructuring Groups, Case Management, Parenting Classes & Support, Youth Support Groups, and Pro-Social Activities. The program serves approximately 100 youth and parentsannually.
The Good Samaritan Program is a faith-based resource center that provides reentry services to men and women that are recently released from incarceration. Services include: Case Management, Basic Needs Assistance, Linkage to the Faith Community, and Weekly Support Groups. The program serves over 250 adults annually.
The Hope, Help, & Healing program provides opportunities for clients to learn coping and pro-social skills in a safe, faith-based environment surrounded by caring adults. This free program is open to men and women recently released from incarceration. Services provided include: Weekly Support Group with Dinner provided, and monthly Pro-Social Activity calendar. The program serves 100 clients and their families annually.
The Behavioral Education Enhancement Program (BEEP) aims to work with students to address specific behaviors that may jeopardize a student’s ability to attain academic success and high school graduation, help build resiliency and pro-social skills at home, school and in the community. The program serves approximately 1,000 students annually.
“La Programa” (The Program) is a mobile street unit that targets “hot spot” neighborhoods. This street outreach team engages hard to serve, disconnected youth to accommodate those who cannot or will not utilize the services of the main office. Services include: Outreach, Pro-Social Activities, Conflict Resolution & Mediation, and Short-Term Intervention. This program serves approximately 500 youth and young adults each year.