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Mission Statement

WWW’s mission is to break the cycle of victimization and change the criminal justice system one program at a time by providing at-risk youth with transformative tools to be their best future-selves. At-risk means adolescent and transitional age youth struggling with issues that are weighing down their life potential. We target youth that are at-risk due to abuse, trauma, victimization, hardship, familial struggle or anything else that is inhibiting them from becoming their best future selves. Our program is universal, in that these issues infiltrate every culture, neighborhood, socio-economic background and community.


WomenWonderWritersâ„¢ (WWW) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit mentorship organization, which implements creative intervention and mentorship programs for at-risk youth. By connecting our youth with opportunities, resources, professionals, mentors, educators and leaders in the community , WWW believes that no matter one's past or hardships, resilience is possible.

WWW has grown into an organization of professionals and youth leaders dedicated to making a difference. WWW is supported by and/or collaborates with Riverside County Sheriff Department , Riverside County Probation , Riverside District Attorney's Office , Riverside Police Officers Association, Jurupa Unified School District , Gateway College & Career Academy , Riverside County Office of Education , Come Back Kids , Youth Opportunity Center , City of Riverside, Artist Judi Randolph, Riverside Unified School District , Alvord High School , Riverside Family Justice Center , Riverside County Department of Probation , Riverside Deputy District Attorney's Association , California Baptist University , University of California at Riverside Undergraduate Research, Corona Public Library , Zonta International , Inlandia Institute , Operation SafeHouse,Riverside Community Arts Association , Riverside Community Health Foundation, Plan-It-Life Group Home, Thessalonika , Street Positive , Worth Visual Arts, Back to the Grind Coffee House , Mace , Farmer Boys , 99 Designs , and Blick Art .



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