MADE Institute is currently providing a professional relationship between returning citizens and at-risk youth. This relationship is collaborative in nature and focused on a strength based model. We assist our subscribers to connect with available resources and help negotiate for them relationships with other established organizations in our community who can meet their needs. Our long term goal is to become a One-stop physical location that provides the needs and resources in one general location with-in the urban community. Below are programs we seek to establish in the near future. We currently are providing housing and green construction style skill-trade training.
• We provide housing and support to formally incarcerated, at-risk-youth and those effected by violence for successfully community reentry, family reunification and individual healing. M-A-D-E-transitional housing project seeks to convert vacant/foreclosed and vandalized properties vibrant, environmentally sound (Green) transitional housing.
• Green-skills trades is a training program that provides individuals with customized vocational on-the-job training. Each of our courses will provide protégé’s with in-depth instructions based on real world experience. The content of each course will be specifically tailored to corporate, governmental, or individual needs to prepare Protegees for employment and successful reintegration back to their communities.
• We work to restore the civil/human rights of formally incarcerated and those effected by violence through organizing and mobilizing individuals to become advocates to social changes and personal development.