A long-term, residential program designed for females with a primary disability of substance abuse that prevents them from obtaining or maintaining employment. Individuals must meet at least one or the following criteria: Pregnant (priority given to pregnant women), have children 13 years of age or younger, attempting to regain custody of minor children, priority will be given to TANF recipients and clients who are TANF eligible.
Protect and care for troubled children and their families in a safe, stable environment while providing quality care to help others help themselves.
To recruit, train, and recognize adults mentoring students one-on-one. Provides adult mentors to at-risk children
Provide children, youth and families with resources necessary to grow physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Their goal is to change destructive behavior patterns, establish new behaviors, develop coping skills, to promote increased self-esteem, to establish more appropriate perceptions of self and others, and to enjoy life to the fullest.