Homeless Education Liaison Program(HELP)
Providing individualized services such as free school supplies, clothing, mentorship, information and referrals, transportation assistance, and school fees to youth and their families in order to guarantee equal access to education.
Twenty-four hour short-term emergency shelter in a home setting, providing support and services for homeless, runaway and at risk youth ages 10 -17 years old.
Fulfilling the nutritional needs of low income youth during the summer months with daily distribution of free USDA sponsored nutritional lunches. Distribution sites include both city and rural areas.
An after-school program for 1st _ 6th graders in the Mills Addition Neighborhood. Structured programs include educational and enrichment activities, a USDA sponsored snack food program and volunteer opportunities.