We seek justice for our youth and address their needs if engaged in the juvenile justice system

Juvenile Justice Programs:

Bridges: helps participants transition into adulthood by assisting with independent apartment living in Bridgeport, Norwalk, and Stamford

Domus House: provides supervised apartment living for eight young men (aged 18 to 23) who are transitioning out of incarceration and focuses on helping them avoid re-arrest and gain employment skills

Invictus, pre-release/re-entry program: work with youth six months before released from incarceration and up to a year after to help them prepare for and gain employment, in order to ensure a successful transition back to the community

Juvenile Review Board: offers first-time misdemeanor offenders an alternative to the juvenile justice system

Lockwood Avenue Community Center: in addition to housing Trailblazers, Work & Learn, and Lion’s Den, our facility is also a vibrant community center for Stamford’s East Side

Project New Hope street outreach program: engages high-risk youth who are on the path to—or are already engaged in—violence and/or gang activity

Work & Learn employment-readiness training center: provides paid job-skills training to the most struggling youth in our programs, teaching bicycle repair, woodworking, small-engine repair, food preparation, and furniture refurbishing. Click here or on Store at the bottom of the page to see what handcrafted items made by the youth that you can purchase.