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  • Institute for Maximum Human Potential Institute for Maximum Human Potential

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Mission Statement

The mission of the Institute for Maximum Human Potential is through a collective effort to enhance the well-being of individuals, families, and neighborhoods by addressing human rights issues in our community. Our programs are built around strength based principles, not individual, family or community deficits.

Description

The Institute for Maximum Human Potential (IMHP), a 501 (c) (3) corporation, was founded in South Central Los Angeles in 1993. IMHP is a human service and community development agency that focuses on families, children in foster care, families with minors involved in the juvenile system, the learning disabled, and families with social, emotional and economical issues.

Over the past ten years, IMHP has taken a leadership role in delivering comprehensive services to at-risk families in under-served communities. Our programs take a holistic approach to provide best practices in case management and community development, focusing on capabilities of individuals and families with a goal of moving families beyond stabilization towards optimal functioning.

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http://www.imhp.org

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