ACCESS! TRAINING AND EDUCATION COMMUNITY COLLABORATIVE
The Access! Training and Education Community Collaborative is the opportunity for youth ages 14-24 who have experienced some form of involvement with the Juvenile Justice System (past or present,) to move toward a future full of incredible opportunities! Eligible Juvenile Justice involvement includes: informal or formal probation, Teen Court, Drug Court, or Day Reporting.
As a student enrolled in the Access! program you will be a part of a community focused, job skill and educational development program that will launch you toward more opportunities in work and income. Access! provides training, education, and hands-on support in partnership with you, your dreams, and...your community.
...Yet, we know your potential doesn't stop there. If you love the idea of traveling and experiencing different horizons, beyond your community, this is also the perfect program for you! Your hands-on experience in national certificate programs as well as the hands on job development provided by the program in growing career fields throughout your community, the nation and beyond go with you wherever you choose to explore and live!
For more details contact:
Melissa Brown Access! Training and Education Community Collaborative Program Director Youth Shelters and Family Services, Inc. 3205 Richards Lane Santa Fe, NM 87507
In order for a youth or young adult to be eligible for the Access! program, he/she must:
be 14-24 years of age
show a history of (at any point and time in the past), or currently be involved in Teen Court, Drug Court, on probation, informal or formal, or any Juvenile Justice diversion sentence/program
not have history or reflect current adult convictions
not have history of or reflect current predatory sex or repeat violent offenses