Our Returning Veterans

Transitioning the Leadership Ethos
Creating The Veterans Trust


Human Trafficking

Transported, by Force or
Deception, to become Enslaved


Transition to Independent Living

Aging out of the Foster Care System

Offender Re-Entry

Returning Successfully into the Community

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Civic Engagement

What is the Definition of Civic Engagement? There are many working definitions of Civic Engagement, and quite honestly , the more people you ask...

Early Childhood

The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) – www.naeyc.org – defines “early childhood” as occurring before the...

Special Needs

Special needs can affect people in different ways, even when one person has the same type of special needs as another person. Some special needs...

Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is a part of the larger problem of slavery, and one of the most common ways people end up in slavery. In essence, human...

Nonprofit Boards

According to a report by the Urban Institute, The Nonprofit Sector in Brief 2014:  Public Charities, Giving, and Volunteering, approximately 1.44...

Offender Reentry

Each year, more than 700,000 people are released from state and Federal prison, while another 9 million cycle through local jails.  Statistics...

Independent Sector

What is the Independent Sector? The independent, or sometimes referred to as the third sector,  includes a very diverse range of organizations...

Transition to Independent Living

  It’s hard turning 18 or 21 — moving out, finding a job, going to college… But many foster children have to do it by themselves,...

Returning Veterans

Building a New Foundation – Of, For, and By Veterans The Veterans Trust The Army, National Guard, Air Force, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, and Navy...