Educates and trains economically and educationally disadvantaged youth and adults.
Provides members with transitional job placement as messengers and clerical or maintenance workers, and operates residents for approximately 200 individuals and a day program for the mentally challenged.
Provides training and job placement to those referred by the Human Resources Administration to move off of public assistance into viable employment.
Provides direct services to community residents and rebuilds infrastructure within the local community
Works closely with recovering alcoholics and substance abusers as well as treatment programs, using vocational rehabilitation and employment to help people become stable and successful.