Data have shown that many of today’s younger generation in the criminal justice system dropped out of school at an early age despite good potential due to the lack of support and resources.
Juvenile crime statistics show that crimes committed by juveniles are most likely to occur on school days in the hours immediately after the end of a school day.
Our core philosophy is public safety. We continue to reject violence in all forms. We still believe in personal responsibility, accountability, and the Rule of Law.
We are analyzing the root causes of crime and violence:
Several researches have pointed to common reason(s) such as: shortage and inadequate funded programs, poor employment opportunities, abuse, exposure to violence, lack of proper education, isolation, loss of parent’s capacity to care for their children and the lack of necessary skills to cope with anti-social issues, anger, and peer pressure.
The Challenge: All children have enormous potential to reach their personal and educational goals. We are reducing barbaric ideologies and creating an environment where they can have a sense of belonging and feel comfortable exploring positive interests and passion.
Using research DATA and creating better communities:
Our Impact scholarships change lives: They give students the tools and opportunities they need to succeed and reach their full potential
Many student faces social stigma, and financial burden of an incarcerated parent and this is just area our team offer support:
No warning: Arrest and incarceration is usually a sudden thing
Sudden financial crisis: If the parent was the wage-earner, the family is thrown into immediate financial crisis.
Emotional trauma: If a child is present when the parent is arrested, it is especially traumatic.
Worry about the parent: The child knows the parent is in a lot of trouble and worries about what is going to happen.
School work suffers: The child begins to have problems in school.
Stigma: Feel ashamed for their parents behavior
Separation by distance to prison: