THE VILLAGE PROJECT, INC.
- Advocacy & Human Rights
- Children & Youth
- Education & Literacy
- Health & Medicine
Location1069 BROADWAY AVESEASIDE, CA 93955 United States
The Village Project, Inc. provides vulnerable adults, children, and families from historically underserved communities in Monterey County with culturally appropriate mental health services, educational support, and social advocacy so that they can become self-sufficient, self-directed and self-determining members of the community.
Boa Me Na Me Mmoa Wo
"Help Me and Let Me Help You"
The Village Project, Inc. (TVPI) was established May of 2008. It was created to provided culturally appropriate services to the African American population in order to address unmet needs that existed in the community. While the focus of TVPI is to serve African Americans, we are also committed to providing services to anyone who needs them, and from the beginning, our constituency has consisted of the diverse population of Monterey County.
While our current services center on mental health counseling, we also have a parenting program and psycho-educational support groups for youth. We are excited that this agency exists and look forward to providing many other services in the future.
- Individual & family counseling
- After School Education and Cultural Enrichment Academy (K-12)
- Cal-Am Water Treatment Certification Class
- Plant Propagation Horticulture Program
- Emotional Emancipation Circle
- Emergency Court Response Team
- Black Space
The logo for TVPI is the West African Symbol of Cooperation and Interdependence. This symbol was chosen because it represents the way in which communities stay healthy and strong.