HOPE, HEALING, TRANSFORMATION
To enroll in services please download our referral form here.
WAGEES4U Program is a new addition to our services that work to increase community safety and promote health and healing in Orange County. We do this by providing opportunities to young adults who face multiple barriers to education and employment. We ecompasses a holistic approach within a multi-disciplinary team that consists of mental health professionals, employment specialist, educational liaisons, case managers, mentors and individuals with lived experience that are able to meet individuals where they are at.
Project Kinship entered into an additional partnership with Santa Ana Unified School District to provide Restorative Practice Intervention Services. During our first year, we provided services at two schools with an “at risk” population. In the 2016 school year, we have expanded our services to include five schools-- three high schools, one intermediate school, and one elementary school.
- Crisis Gang Intervention Emotional
- Literacy/Anger Management Family
- Support Home Visits Intensive Case
- Management Mediation Support
- Restorative Circles
- Substance Abuse Education
Outreach and engagement services are offered to youth and adults incarcerated in need of services once released back into the community. Individuals are able to enroll in Project Kinship’s 6 month re-entry program upon release. In custody, Medi-cal enrollment is available for incarcerated adults.
COMMUNITY BASED RE-ENTRY SERVICES
Project Kinship provides various services for youth, adults and families experiencing challenges and barriers that impact success in the community. We utilize a “meet you where you’re at” approach and identify specific needs of the individual to provide the appropriate support to promote successful re-entry into society.
- Case Management
- Education and Life Skills Classes
- Legal Clinics
- Support Groups
- Trauma Informed Yoga
KINSHIP SUPPORT GROUPS:
This is a unique group centered on creating hope and support among individuals impacted by incarceration, gang violence and drugs.