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Fathers In Da Hood (coming soon)

Audience: Fathers and their Children

Fathers In Da Hood is a community-driven initiative designed to empower men and their child(ren) with essential life skills crucial for maintaining a successful and healthy household.


This program aims to strengthen family bonds, promote self-sufficiency, and foster a supportive community environment. Each quarter, the participants are encouraged to take part in the community activity scheduled for each Father and his child(ren).

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Audience: Youth Males Ages 13-17 

WHAT ABOUT US originally launched in St. Louis, Missouri as a community initiative on August 31, 2013, as a response to the Trayvon Martin verdict.


As an educator and youth advocate, the founder saw a dire need to counteract the way young black men were being perceived through music and the media with more progressive, affirmative representations of their character and existence.


She felt charged to not only encourage young black men to continue striving towards excellence; but, to give the community a platform to salute and cheer them on in the process. 

Barbershop Talk (coming soon)

Audience: Men

Barbershop Talk is a dedicated support group designed to create a safe, welcoming space where men can openly discuss the various challenges and experiences they encounter in their daily lives.


Recognizing the unique pressures and obstacles faced by men, this program aims to foster a sense of community, provide emotional support, and encourage healthy dialogue among participants.  

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"War on the Mind"

Audience: Male Veterans

“War on the Mind” is a comprehensive mental health and wellness program specifically designed to support veterans dealing with the psychological impacts of military service.


Recognizing the unique challenges faced by veterans, this program provides a holistic approach to mental health, incorporating a variety of evidence-based therapies, support systems, and educational resources. 

ReLeased (coming soon)

Audience: Incarcerated Young Men and Adult Men

ReLeased is a comprehensive support program designed to facilitate the transition of incarcerated young men and adult men from institutionalization to becoming positive, contributing members of society.


Our program focuses on providing the necessary tools, resources, and guidance to help participants navigate the challenges of reintegration and build a foundation for a successful future.

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