Catering to 1,100 young individuals, community-based mentoring fosters beneficial one-on-one relationships between children overcoming challenges and responsible adult mentors, who guide them through purposeful activities designed to enhance social skills, instill positive behaviors, and improve academic involvement and achievement to strategize for the future.
Backing a Family Consultant role responsible for a caseload of 13 to 15 families and 15 youth, with a commitment to delivering 1-2 hours of intensive care coordination services weekly, designed to empower families in their journey to navigate intricate systems, acquire new skills, and ensure the well-being of their children, all while proactively preventing involvement in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems.
Enriching activities for the Youth Magnolia Program supporting girls ages 13-17 that combines social emotional learning with positive youth development and wraparound services such as mental health when needed. Dedicated to positively engaging with young people who require a supportive space adapted to their interests or evolutionary development.
Supporting the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) For Children volunteers in expanding their assistance to 245 foster children in engaging in one-on-one interactions, cultivating an atmosphere of trust and development in meaningful relationships. These efforts include visiting the homes of foster children, meeting with educators, and connecting with mental health professionals, attorneys, and social workers.
Through the Out-of-School (OST) Program, 25 students in 6th to 8th grade will receive tutoring, mentoring, individualized and small group activities along with daily fitness, Chromebook access, dinner, therapy, and wrap-around support for the whole family ensuring kids' success in school and life.
Supporting the Maternal Health Expansion Project, which aims to empower and certify 30 women as skilled birthing and postpartum Doulas. Additionally, this initiative seeks to pair 60 pregnant women of color in Palm Beach County with certified Doulas to assist with childbirth, breastfeeding, perinatal mood and disorders, trauma-informed care, and promoting racial equity.
Serving more than 350 infants and mothers at the Iris Health Center in Pemba, Mozambique with birth assistance, prenatal consultations, at-risk/postpartum support, and medical treatments. As well as equipping the center with blood analysis equipment that will benefit 21,600 patients annually, aiding in the diagnosis and treatment of nutritional deficiencies, malaria, anemia, and other health challenges.