SAVE THE DATE : EMPOWERMENT DAY -8.27.22 -1PM- 4PM
Community InReach is a outcome-based program triplex structured to address crime reduction, community wellness and the neighborhood sustainability of disadvantaged communities, such as North St. Louis.
The Inreach Ideology, of 'reaching in before reaching out ' embodies the mobilization of services and resources within the perimeter of the community to provide the populace community access.
The InReach Ideology, of 'reaching in before reaching out ' embodies the mobilization of services and resources within the perimeter of the community to provide the populace community access. Universal Prevention Strategies is the implementation method the program utilizes to reproduce individual interventions into populace outcomes.
The Program Goal is to demonstrate how synchronizing resources, opportunities and incentives into a comprehensive program is the key to decriminalize, revitalize and sustain disadvantaged communities, such as North St. Louis.
Mia "Tam" Curry, Executive Director
Angela M. Towers, Associate Director
A Community Outreach program is typically structured as a single-intervention strategy to address a specific issue and is limited to an individual outcome.
Community InReach is structured as a universal prevention strategy to address 3 specific issues and by design produces populace outcomes.
The Community Outreach perspective for crime prevention are based from a crime-problem and is typically structured as a secondary or tertiary intervention.
Community Inreach has a crime-crisis and primary intervention program perspective.
The threat of crime has driven Community Outreach programming sites outside the perimeter to the community.
Community InReach is implemented within the perimeter of the neighborhoods within a ward.
'Universal Prevention Strategies’ are structured to address the specific needs distinct to a populace. Inreach’s crime, community wellness and neighborhood sustainability strategies each have programming elements that operate to either address a need or to prevent a need.
We believe to "prevent acts of violence", the service approach must address the public health issue violent behavior.
Violent Behavior is the intrapersonal behaviors we all have within us.
PLAN D is a Community InReach crime prevention program that utilizes faith-based principles as a primary intervention strategy to address violent behaviors,
PLAN D is structured for participants to :
Identify- The Characteristics of Violent Behavior.
Assemble - Anger Management and Conflict Resolution Skills
Merge- Life Applicable Skills
We believe to "disable health risks" systemic to North St. Louis , community-based services, and key community stakeholders must have consumer-access within the perimeter of the Wards.
Consumer Access is critical to disable, the cycle health and social risk factors common among North St. Louisans.
MY WELLNESS is a Community InReach community wellness program that partners with community based providers, and key community stakeholders as a consumer access strategy to address multiple risk factors.
MY WELLNESS wellness is structured for participants to receive access to a diversity of services and resources relevant to risks.
We believe to "improve the quality of living" in North St. Louis, empowering North St, Louisans as community shareholders to become investors in the revitalization of their neighborhoods.
Community Shareholders are vital to supplement the public works gaps for essential services.
Adopt-A Block is
an employment and community development program that converts basic public service works into entry-level job training opportunities for residents to engage in as community shareholders.
TOPM is seeking to establish Empowerment Partners with existing organizations that serve North St. Louis in service of religious, educational, or charitable purposes, specifically providing a service that relates to crime & violence prevention, community wellness, and neighborhood sustainability.
Partnerships are intended to be beneficial towards multiple organizational goals, therefore to ensure each partner is explicit to partnership expectations, each Empowerment Partner will be required to enter in a Memorandum of Understanding(MOU), an informal written agreement specifying the certain objective and goal achieved as a result of partnership. In previous years, we have partnered with different organizations on events, as presenters, and in capacity of ancillary support staff.
TOPM is committed to providing seriously interested organizations, groups, and individuals a 45-minute presentation on empowerment partner roles contact Mia Curry, at email@example.com indicating Empowerment Partner in the subject line, to expedite a response.