20 DAYS OF GIVING
Adopts at-risk children of a single parent household for the Christmas Holiday ages birth to 16 who may not experience the gift of giving on Christmas. All gifts are delivered by the 20th day of December to selected sponsored families.
Provides adults with access to services that support healthy living and promote independence. Together, these services promote adults’ ability to maintain the highest possible levels of function, participation, and dignity in the community.
HUNGER RELIEF AND HEALTHY EATING
Provides resources to homeless and dislocated population in Phoenix in effort to help establish and maintain their basic needs that include food, clothing, and hygiene distribution, along with informational brochures and supplies.
Provides individualized 1-on-1 support and resources to sustain their basic needs while assisting them in finding and keeping a meaningful job and contributing to the community.
This program assist participant with establishing academic, and career needs to help them transition from high school into adulthood. Our curriculum decreases the use of substance, alcohol, and opioids abuse, juvenile offenses, violence, and gang prevention.
Each participant works with a Support Specialist to develop an achievable academic, individualized and career goal plan. The programs support participants' ability to achieve these goals by providing, training/ tutorial services, career, and college exploration, independent skill development, social, and interpersonal skills, healthy creative and preforming arts, financial literacy, career focus field trips, and internships. Eligible individuals can begin services as early as 8th grade. Support Specialist may provide services within the community.
YOUTH AND ART DEVELOPMENT
The Y.A.D. program is an opportunity for youth to have their voices heard that equips them with competency, connections, character, confidence and ways to contribute to society.
Y.A.D. provides out of school recreational activities; structured education programs, and violence prevention that addresses the causes of violence, the need for family support systems, prevention and intervention. In addition, participants and their families can benefit from other services that may include financial literacy, education, tutoring services, computer skill training, and various healthy art expression opportunities in-house and within the community. All services are available to school aged youth up to the ages of 24, thereafter adults can continue receiving services under the Adult Service Program.This program is integrated with the Transition program above.