It is the historic policy of the United States to protect individuals who have lost employment, are under-employed or have barriers in language that prevents them for getting gainful employment. One of the saddest Colorado drug use statistics also concerns addiction recovery. Although overdose deaths are on the rise, fewer and fewer individuals are obtaining proper treatment and supportive services they need. Tens of thousands of Coloradans with drug dependency issues are suffering in isolation and need cognitive tools for recovery and rehabilitation including adequate employment opportunities and a robust pathway to recovery. They also need rehabilitative housing, a place that they can call home and be their safe haven for everything that they aspire for in life.
We have one critical objective in mind. To train the unemployed and underemployed individuals whether as part of substance abuse rehabilitation or the general population across the United States in special skills rendering them eligible to enter the workforce again and cease to be a burden on public funds such as food stamps and unemployment benefits.
CRITICAL AND IN-TIME SOCIETAL BENEFITS
The people we train serve populations in Colorado that need our help beyond what the medical communities can provide. People trained in senior care with emphasis on memory care serve elders in our community with advanced Alzheimer's who are 200% below the poverty line. Those trained in body work focus on the Alexander Method, a protocol that alleviates Parkinson's disease symptoms. Examples are numerous and in every case, people dropped suddenly by their employers have found new meaning to their lives, serving the underprivileged in our developed societies.
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HOPE FOR HUMANITY
A 501(C)(3) GROUP FOCUSED ON EDUCATION, TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT