Like an extended family, Identity teaches and models for young people, ages 7-25, the social-emotional, academic and workforce skills they need to thrive in the modern world.
Programs and services are provided after school, in the community and on playing fields and are complimented by family case management, mental health and substance abuse counseling, non-clinical emotional support, and recreation. We also work to empower parents to engage in their children’s education and be champions for their success and the success of the community. Our youth and parents are full partners in the planning and implementation of Identity’s direct service and advocacy efforts.
Our culturally and linguistically appropriate, trauma-informed programs and services are based on and further Positive Youth Development competencies that build and strengthen qualities that enable youth to grow and flourish throughout life.
Like family, we celebrate their victories and offer help when something extra is needed.
To view a list of locations where Identity provides programs and services, please visit the Contact Us page.
Click on the topics below for an overview of our approach and an introduction to our programs.