Resource Alert Project
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Detroit Horse Power, MI
Detroit Horse Power teaches Detroit students to ride and care for horses to develop critical skills that will set them up for academic, career, and life success. Our planned future urban equestrian center will be built on repurposed vacant land in Detroit and serve as a community center that offers year-round youth programming.
The Take One Community Program, MI
Youth Character Education Program
Birthing Innovative Geniuses (BIG Insititute), MI
Birthing Innovative Geniuses (BIG) was established in 2016 to bring entrepreneurship and financial literacy to underserved youths in Detroit. BIG is unlocking the door to our youth's “creative genius,” which has been locked away due to fear, insecurities, and a lack of resources and opportunities. The playing field has not been equal for our youths in low-income communities to create businesses and build lasting wealth. For too long, gifted, skilled, and brilliant youths' dreams have fallen by the wayside. There was no platform to show them how to cultivate their inventions into products and services that could improve the living conditions of their families and communities. The BIG Institute is here to provide youths with opportunities and resources to birth their dreams and innovations and take them to the next level without limitations.
Family Youth Interventions - TLP, MI
The Transitional Living Program (TLP) is funded through the Michigan Department of Human Services, Department of Health and Human Services, and The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and assists older teens and young adults that are at risk of becoming homeless or are homeless. The mission of the TLP is to provide shelter, basic needs, skills training, and supportive services, including therapy and case management, in order to develop the skills and personal characteristics needed to enable young people to become self-sufficient and successful adults. Anyone can refer a youth to this program.
Susie Q’s Kids, MI
Susie Q’s Kids partners with established non-profits to distribute our comfort bags to kids in need within their programs, such as hospitals, health centers, hospice, shelters, foster care, and agencies that help those grieving the loss of loved ones.
We strive to address the physical, emotional, and mental health of kids giving and receiving through our comfort bag program as we provide comfort bags to kids in need, “one bag at a time”, and create some normalcy, relief, and support during what can be an incredibly stressful time for a child.
Together, we can make a difference in the life of a child.
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