W H A T W E D O
We embrace and engage with DREAAMers as early as the age of 3 with the commitment to remain in their lives until they are 24.
We work with children and young adults who need DREAAM the most. Some of them face tough odds, needing to overcome challenges such as school suspension, anger issues, parental incarceration, and low academic skills. However, where others see problems, DREAAM sees potential.
We reach out to families, community organizations, churches, schools, and service providers to produce caring, outcome-driven services for children and young adults.
We believe in starting early building resiliency, a love for learning, and positive friendship skills.
We teach essential life skills throughout our curriculum―collaboration, contribution, self-regulation, adaptability, attachment, and belonging―to prepare DREAAMers for college and career success.
We teach effective parenting skills and empowerment to position parents and caregivers as leaders in schools and communities.
We empower DREAAMers to Dream Big!
We create transformative experiences, trauma-informed spaces, and strength-based programs that benefit our children and young adults for years to come.
We plant seeds of hope for the future of communities.