juveniles out of captivity by releasing a positive mind set through transformation.
The J-E-W-E-L-S (Juveniles Entering Wellness, Education, Leadership and Success)
Program is structured and designed to prepare, restore, support and sustain the positive mind set in juveniles through, wellness,
education, leadership and success. JEWELS are a twenty-first century success program. Our youth are required to wear dress
attire that adhere to the corporate world...in others words; we dress and train our youth for Success!
risk youth) will attend an aftercare intervention, prevention and diversion program for six weeks with trained mentors
and professionals. Every eight weeks the program rotates with new enrollment and also services to community agencies on site.
This program is designed to prepare offenders to re-enter society and preventative measures for at-risk youth. Also, to connect
individuals who have left the supervision of the justice system with a network of social services and community -based organizations
to provide ongoing services through mentor relationships.
• At-risk youth will undergo healthy self-concept
classes that deal with the transformation of the mind.
• At-risk youth will undergo consistent individual mentoring
• At- risk youth will consistently attend a faith base bible study which will teach them how to
have dignity and respect for life (only by request).
• At-risk youth will be assessed and evaluated for needs through
an Individual Personal Development Plan.
Example: High School diploma, re-entering regular school, higher education classes,
social, physical or mental needs.
• At-risk youth will be trained by mentors and professionals through life
and occupational skills, which is needed for survival and the work industry.
• At the end of the six week stationary program,
At-risk youth will graduate with a certificate of completion.
• After existing the program mentors or professional
staff will follow-up with the At-risk youth once a month for six months, to insure stability and consistency of the individual's
• Parental education assistance and referrals with family crisis.
• Parents or Guardians
will be required to attend one healthy-self-concept class which is part of the active support through the entire program.
Stationary six week program on site includes afternoon and summer program.
Afternoon classes limited to 15 students per session.
Summer program limited to 20 students per session.
Outreach services at other community sites upon request such as:
FRONTLINE KIDS INC., Fort Pierce, Florida
Individual referrals from parents or guardians.
Community agencies, Local School District or businesses who services youth.
District Juvenile Justice System.
Fort Pierce Police Department
Saint Lucie County Sheriff Department