Project Safe

Project Safe is an outpatient treatment and referral program designed to serve individuals between the ages of 12 and 35 who have engaged in street prostitution or are at risk of exploitation. The program is tailored to meet ALL the needs of each individual through a network of services and referrals.

Life Skills Program:
Serving ages 18 to 35

Serving individuals who are currently homeless and are in need of mental health advocacy and/or substance abuse advocacy

  • Permanent Housing
  • Employment & Job Readiness
  • Budgeting
  • Nutrition
  • Interview Skills/Resume Building
  • Advocacy
  • Parenting Skills
  • GED Classes
  • Vocational Training
  • Referrals to Substance Abuse Treatment
  • Referrals to Mental Health Treatment
  • Counseling
  • Weekly Group Lessons

Street Outreach Program:
Serving ages 12 to 21

Serving individuals who are in need of advocacy and/or assistance to help them exit “street life.”

A team of two walk the streets nightly to educate the community about Safe and its programs.

Street Outreach also offers a Youth Group once a week to youth ages 12-15 where they learn about community agencies, character building, good citizenship, nutrition, team building, etc.

  • Case Management
  • GED Classes
  • Vocational Training
  • Counseling
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Emergency Shelter for ages 16-20
  • Hot Meals Served in the Community
  • Referrals to Food Pantries
  • Advocacy
  • Youth Group

Aftercare Program:
Serving ages 12 to 16

Serving youth and their families who are in need of case management, advocacy, job readiness, educational services, and health services.

  • Crisis intervention
  • Educational stability and enrollment
  • Assistance with PINS or probation
  • Mental health referrals
  • Family and Individual Counseling
  • Advocacy
  • Tutoring
  • Weekly Youth Group

Community Coaching Program

Serving ages 16 -24

Our objective is to provide mentoring services and groups to youth who are underserved and often “fall through the cracks” in our community. It is also a prevention program utilized in Safe House programming.

  • Weekly sessions for 6 weeks at a time focus on the Bridges Out of Poverty R Rules model as well as other focuses.
  • The R Rules looks at relationships, roles in the community, responsibility, rules, respect, registers of language, and resources to name a few.
  • The group works on education, employment, and emotional issues that this age group may face.
  • Youth can mentor people in the community for employment exploration.
  • We work closely with Probation