FrontLine Services reaches out to adults and children in Northeast Ohio to end homelessness, prevent suicide, resolve behavioral health crises & overcome trauma.
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The office of the Guilford County Public Defender strives to preserve society’s interest in the fair administration of justice by providing high quality, zealous advocacy to indigent clients using superior legal knowledge, preparation and trial skills.
Legal Aid of Arkansas, Inc. (LAA), is a nonprofit charitable law firm providing free legal assistance to low-income residents. It is one of two nonprofit legal services programs that work together to provide this assistance throughout Arkansas. The Helena-West Helena office serves four primarily rural counties in the Arkansas Delta: Lee, Monroe, Phillips and St. Francis. The types of cases that we handle include: emergency family matters including divorces involving spousal abuse; housing and land loss; adoptions and guardianships; debt
Life Pieces To Masterpieces uses artistic expression to develop character, unlock potential, and prepare African American boys and young men to transform their lives and community. Founded in 1996, Life Pieces To Masterpieces is a 501(c)3 arts-based, year round, comprehensive youth development and education organization that provides opportunities for African American males in greater Washington, DC. Serving more than 150 boys and young men annually in under-served communities, our continuing goal is to nurture, embrace, encourage, and elevate African American
Located on the Navajo Reservation, the Bahi Institute runs a program focused resiliency building program for Navajo boys between 14 – 16 years old. The curriculum is developed out of resiliency research and is in the process of establishing a not-for-profit designation. While this internship is based out of the Bahi Center, students of all faiths welcome. Religious activities are not required for this opportunity.
Founded in 1990, the Sacred Heart Center is a non-profit community center serving the Hispanic community. Our mission is to create a hub for Richmond’s Hispanic/Latino community that opens opportunities for economic and social integration, self-realization and community leadership. Sacred Heart offers adult educational opportunities from basic literacy skills to high school equivalency. In addition to English as a Second Language classes, it offers GED classes in Spanish and English, literacy classes in Spanish, and life skills (health, financial, legal) and leadership
St. Anne’s Mission located in Klagetoh, AZ. At 75 years old, St. Anne’s Mission has a staff that is comprised of a mixed community of Brothers of the Sacred Heart, Dominicans, and lay volunteers. Staff members pray, work, and share together as a mission community. Spiritual growth and development based on the 12 steps of AA and scripture are stressed. Each year, six groups of volunteers come to educate people about the reservation and Navajo culture. The Mission has a food
Saint Joseph’s Carpenter Society strives to improve the quality of life of the people of the City of Camden and its surrounding communities by promoting affordable housing and neighborhood development. Through our initiatives, we encourage people to take charge of their lives and become active community members. Saint Joseph’s Carpenter Society (SJCS) was founded in 1985 to help families improve their quality of life and create safe neighborhoods through homeownership. SJCS has fostered homeownership, believing that homeownership leads to a higher
Tenacity is a year-round youth development program that offers free tennis instruction during the summer and an intensive after-school program during the academic year. Its goals are to improve the mental, emotional and physical well-being of Boston’s youth through intensive tennis instruction/play and the integration of academic and life-skill development activities.
The Gateway Center is designed to serve as the “gateway” to the community continuum of care that helps individuals move out of homelessness. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) defines a Continuum of Care as a local or regional system that provides the resources required to move homeless individuals toward self-sufficiency