Our mission is to confront the impact of distance-learning, reducing shame in general, providing tools to combat depression and self destructive behavior for themselves and peers; and offer a safe environment which empowers families to engage in their children’s healthy development
Reach and teach young people, within South Sacramento neighborhoods, after school and evening to improve mental wellness, gain work readiness tools, and obtain access to resources.
We are looking for participants between the age of 14 to 24 years old in the Sacramento area that are: (1) Justice involved, (2) Exposed to Violence, (3) Academic Under-performers, (4) Teen Parents, and (5) Mental and Behavioral Health Challenges
Develop a cohesive and healthy sense of self and future orientation and the wake of trauma for the youth we are reaching. Students will recognize the emotional, social and situational factors that lead to risk-taking and develop health promoting behaviors.