YOUTHBUILD RESCUE PROJECT
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YouthBuild RESCUE PROJECT needs your constant generous financial support to fulfill our mission and rescue our at-risk communities from systemic racism.
Our motto is:
“Together, we can rescue our Multicultural Communities
and rebuild their lives by bringing Digital Equity to communities and eliminating racial inclusion.
YOUTHBUILD RESCUE PROJECT at a Glance
Responding to COVID-19
YouthBuild Rescue Project joins the global community in responding to the coronavirus outbreak (SARS-CoV-2 Delta variant). Our first priority, as always, is to safeguard the health and well-being of all YouthBuild Rescue Project participants and staff. We are collaborating closely with our local programs to ensure that our youth have the resources they need to stay healthy and thrive during and after this time period.
As such, we are committed to providing health and wellness, educational, and employment opportunities for YouthBuild Rescue Project participants in order for them to develop skills and best practices while searching for meaningful employment. We assist them in obtaining critical information as news about the SARS-CoV-2 Delta variant pandemic spreads throughout Utah and the rest of the world. Additionally, we will refer uninsured individuals to the Health Department for diagnostic testing and services related to the SARS-CoV-2 Delta variant to ensure everyone's safety.
We will make deliberate decisions regarding which training sessions will be rescheduled, canceled, or relocated to a virtual platform. We strive to provide a stable foundation and a strong sense of community during these uncertain times as we navigate this difficult environment together. We appreciate your commitment to the YouthBuild Rescue Project through your support, donation, and concern.
Our Organization (e.g. staff, and participants) will practice these safe habits as outlined in the Utah Leads Together plan.
Making A Difference
Help Runaway Teens During SARS-CoV-2 Delta variant
Having a child run away from home is every parent's worst nightmare during the SARS-CoV-2 Delta variant Pandemic. By donating money, you can assist us in empowering our runaway teen population that is experiencing homelessness.
Your contributions will enable us to provide services that will improve their health, end hunger, and assist them in overcoming adversity by assisting them in achieving self-sufficiency, which includes housing, skills training, and job opportunities.
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Broad Range of Services
The Youth-Build Rescue Project offers a comprehensive range of services that enable a holistic approach to addressing social disadvantage, mental health and behavioral problems, grief counseling, homelessness, drug (e.g., opioid crisis) and alcohol issues, teen pregnancy, and juvenile delinquency by providing each participant with job skills (e.g., earn while they learn), health and wellness education, and referrals to community resources.
Youth are the building blocks of our nation.
Helping in Our Communities
YouthBuild Rescue Project joins the Utah community in responding to the coronavirus outbreak caused by the SARS-CoV-2 Delta variant. Our first priority is to ensure that all individuals and communities have access to the necessary information and technology during the Pandemic caused by the SARS-CoV-2 Delta variant. We will train residents to wear personal protective equipment in order to protect others from contracting the virus. Our mission is to ensure that the Multicultural population has access to basic human desires and needs such as food, housing, transportation, health care, and language access. As a result, YouthBuild program leaders and participants will share best practices with one another and with members of the community, while also disseminating helpful resources and critical information as news about this pandemic develops.
OUR CORE VALUES (R.E.S.C.U.E.)
To Educate our Multicultural communities in digital equity and close the gap between device and technical support, more excellent Internet connectivity, and skills training
Rehabilitate (e.g., Rehabilitation Program that will provide each participant with the ability to recover and detoxify from their addiction) them during and after the pandemic by providing them with occupational training and employment services and COVID prevention.
Educate and Empower (e.g., Practical and Theoretical training and referrals) by providing positive experiences that increase intrinsic motivation for them to reach self-defined goals in life.
Support participants by providing them with shelter and a stipend for them to become self-sufficient and overcome employment barriers. Also, strategic employment services that support the business community in their hiring process.
Counsel about COVID Safety, alcohol, drugs, and the rising opioid epidemic that, according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), 130 Americans (i.e., on average) die every day from an opioid overdose that the government has declared national emergency.
Uplift the unemployed and unskilled participants by providing support, boundaries, empowerment, self-esteem, and teaching them character building and constructive use of time in different learning projects.
Employ and provide On-the-Job (OJT) Training Services (e.g., teaching specific job skills), enabling employers to hire new employees and train them at their business.
END YOUTH HOMELESSNESS
By making an online donation to YOUTHBUILD RESCUE PROJECT, you join our cause and directly assist at-risk YOUTH in our community in repairing their lives and putting an end to their homelessness.
Whatever amount you donate, no matter how small or large, you can begin making a difference in the lives of homeless youth in your community.
Phone: 1 (801) 889-2445 Fax: 385-259-0939
YOUTHBUILD RESCUE PROJECT is a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organization
Contributions are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.
YouthBuild Rescue Project USA, Inc. operates in the United States and internationally as YouthBuild Rescue Project Kenya International to deal with water crisis in East Africa during the SARS-CoV-2 Delta variant Pandemic.