The Faith Program

Overview

A juvenile youth program aimed to collaborate with county juvenile correctional facilities and detention centers to:


  • Assess the needs of incarcerated children, teens, and young adults.
  • Reduce the number of juvenile offenders through intervention measures.  
  • Provide mentorship to incarcerated youth.
  • Empower youth to change and become productive members of society

The H.O.P.E. Program

Overview

Engage participants in improving life skills, attaining positive employment outcomes, and improving individuals health & fitness status. 


We do this through collaborative community involvement and volunteer professionals who lead participants in taking productive life steps toward success. 

Funding Status

Funded through a collaboration with Samaritan Health Services

Youth Voices of Diversity

2019 Event

Modeled after the Clinton Global Initiative,  the 2019 program will bring local youth together to solve issues of equity and inclusion in their wider community. 


Student groups will be funded up to $3500 to develop and implement solutions to social justice issues on a local, district or state level.  


FHC is currently seeking funding for this program.


Proposal link here 

2018 Event

$1000 in scholarships were provided to local high school students during a 2-part program that encouraged youth to share their thoughts and experiences about diversity. 


Program link here

Programs in the making

CHARITY INC.

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Inspiring enhanced rehabilitation efforts by connecting local legal aid support and services with participants and families.

RESIDENTIAL HOUSING

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Centrally located transitional residential housing units to foster case management support, independent living skills, and self sufficiency.   

BRIDGE TO THE FUTURE

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Collaborating with local and state organizations to address the needs of youth in transition.