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Our mission is to feed the hungry children in payatas and prevent the over 31 thousand children that die a year from malnutrition. our goal is to also form a alliance with other organization and government officials to combat the increasing number of juveniles partaking in criminal activities. we will achieve this by assessing juveniles individually and creating a personal program for each partnering with phycologist, parents, schools, social workers, and mentors to help establish self identity and talents that create a positive environment to help create motivation to strive for positive goals.
Implementation plan is focusing on the need working with partners highly experienced in different areas using the functional family therapy clinical model proven from rigorous evaluations of outcome to be effective through community implementation. affects the community greatly reduces crime and property damage and is very cost effective compared to other available court services ranging in the thousands for 30 days of detention. as documented by the federal juvenile justice system creating a system with assessment and intervention starts with engagement and motivation through alliance we can reduce negativity, improve communication,minimize hopelessness, reduce dropout potential, develop family focus, and increase motivation for change.
From the start of the program we will document and measure the change through our professional allies and government organizations statistics.