The Need

Our Goal

Empower youth by connecting them to positive adult role models and developing them in these four areas:

WE ACHIEVE THESE GOALS USING SIX STRATEGIES

  • Establish Community-Based Partnerships

  • Develop Indigenous Leadership

  • Provide and Coordinate Supportive Services to Ensure Wrap-Around Care

  • Recruit and Train Volunteers

  • Implement Best-Practices Programs

  • Secure Additional Resources for the Community

Our Board Members

  • Johnny Green

    President, Pastor-Healing Place Church

  • Claudia Neal Berry

    Executive Director – Empower 225

  • Charles Landreneau

    Member, BCBS – VP of Infrastructure

  • Guy Oliver

    Member, GW Oliver Construction – Owner

  • Susan Rouvalis

    Member, Exxon – Retired

  • Laura Patterson

    Member, Foster Care/Adoption Advocate

  • Micheal Scott Enos

    Member, Magnolia Wealth Strategies – Financial Advisor

  • Mark Berger

    Member, Exxon-Retired

  • JR Crain

    Member, Autumn Grace – Owner & Medtronic – KA Manager

Our Key Partnerships

Partnerships enable us to expand the supportive services that youth need to become self-sufficient.

US DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

Children’s Bureau
Grants:
Transitional Living Program
Domestic Victims of Human Trafficking
US Department of Juvenile Justice

DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE

CITY OF BATON ROUGE
YOUTH CHALLENGE PROGRAM
HUEY AND ANGELINA WILSON FOUNDATION

LOUISIANA ALLIANCE OF CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTERS (LACAC)

LA DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES
DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE SERVICES
CAPITAL AREA ALLIANCE FOR HOMELESS
FAMILY YOUTH SERVICES CENTER (FYSC)
BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF LA
CAPITAL CITY ROTARY

 CAPITAL AREA HUMAN SERVICES

LA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION – ADULT EDUCATION

Financials

For information on our revenue & expenses, click the link below.

FINANCIALS