Published on June 29, 2012 by in Programs, StepBeyond

Step Beyond is a peer-driven program geared towards formerly homeless individuals who have successfully transitioned off the streets. The purpose of Step Beyond is to build relationships with other peers in similar situations to provide support and lasting friendships. Step Beyond provides fun, sober activities and workshops to help participants better understand how to live life off the streets. Also provided are case management and resources for participants to create their own safe and healthy home environment.

 
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Published on June 29, 2012 by in Leap, Programs

Through LEAP, PSKS identifies youth who show an ability to meet expectations and hires them for a three-month paid internship. They gain a work ethic, learn responsibility, and develop work experience to be shown on a resume. Participants do peer street outreach, work in the HYPE day program and represent PSKS in the community.

 
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Published on June 29, 2012 by in Donut, Programs

Our Donut Dialogues provide a forum for peaceful interaction between police officers, local business owners, and homeless youth and young adults. This program, co-written with a police officer, is used throughout the city as a vehicle for communication between high risk youth and police and has been implemented city wide.

 
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Published on June 29, 2012 by in Programs, StepUp

Step Up is an innovative response to create a safe place for homeless and formerly homeless women and those who identify as women to come together for a support group coupled with experiential outings. We use a multi-faceted approach where the women themselves are setting the goals they want to achieve, creating a sense of self worth and empowerment.

 
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Published on June 29, 2012 by in Programs, RISE

RISE is an alternative educational program targeting 16-25 year olds who have not been successful in the traditional school system. The program facilitates General Educational Development (GED) completion, FAFSA & COMPASS testing. RISE partners with the Seattle Education Access & Seattle Central Community College, and is funded in part by the United Way of King County.

 

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