We strive to establish credible education, sustained resources and life-altering relationships with at-risk youth, their families and the communities affected by gang culture, violence and recruitment by providing alternative positive and structured activities, family support and gang intervention services.
Open Door’s most important goal is to prevent kids in our community from ever joining gangs. We have developed successful programs for our elementary and middle school-aged children that focus on gang recruitment prevention. Our programs are tailored for schools, corporations, other non-profit agencies, law enforcement agencies, community, and civic groups. The programs seek to educate individuals and the community on the signs revolving around gang recruitment, gang violence, and community involvement to reduce crime.
Please consider volunteering to mentor our school-aged children. Children range in age from Kindergarten through grade 8. Be a positive role model in school, out of school, and in the community. It takes a village to raise a child, and we are honored to lead the way in a positive, structured, and disciplined environment that allows for these at-risk individuals to reach their fullest potential. And be successful in life
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