Children And Mentors & Parents Incarcerated Organized for National Support provides support to children whose parents are incarcerated. We employ a holistic approach to ensure that all children whose parents are incarcerated who need a mentor will be obliged with such a privilege of support; while developing positive relationship with parents when the circumstances allow.
We recognize that incarcerated parents are all across this nation, and their incarceration can adversely affect the lives of their children. CHAMPIONS Children And Mentors & Parents Incarcerated Organized for National Support, through the use of one to one mentoring addresses the whole child to prevent intergenerational incarceration, thereby incubating their future. Please contact us for more information.
Keeper Till Marriage empowers young adolescents to change their behavior in ways that will reduce their risk of pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases (STD’s). Specifically emphasizing postponing sexual activity and practicing abstinence, as the only sure ways to prevent pregnancy and STD’s, including HIV.
Serving Leon and Gadsden adolescents, utilizing the evidence based curriculum “Making a Difference,” Reclaiming the Land is in partnership with Unity Family Community Center (UFCC), Williston, FL., to provide accessibility and service delivery to our adolescent core group in these counties. Please contact us for more information.
An interactive mentoring program that involves enrolled mentees, writing a play that is developed and produced by them, based on the original stage play produced by Executive Director and redeemed ex-offender Gregory James. The students, write, act, produce, build stage props and tour their production to different schools through-out the region. The students see and experience the results of the choices they make.
Men On Patrol (M.O.P.) was birthed at the inaugural Reclaiming the Land 1000 Men Rally in 2008. It has been proven as an effective way to get men involved in our schools and the lives of our children, while making our homes and communities better.
To partner with local school systems for the specific purpose of mentoring boys in the years of adolescence though their passage to manhood; guide boys into integrity, accountability and emotional literacy.
*Children under 18 years of age must have parental consent to complete a pre-application.