Thanks to our partnership with Seattle’s Liberated Village, we have expanded our group mentoring program to reach young men and women in grades 7-12.
Mentoring can propel Black youth and other youth of color to greater success in school and in life!
Led by CARES-trained mentors, our group mentoring program meet twice a month, and offer a safe space to talk, share experiences and learn from a supportive role model.
What is the Liberated Village?
Formerly known as Trauma Informed and Restorative Practices (TIRP), the Liberated Village is a community of 30 partners who are working together to implement innovative anti-racist trauma-informed and restorative practices across 55 schools in ten school districts.
By bringing students, families, teachers, school districts, community-based organizations, and local government together, the Liberated Village partners recognize that it takes a community to help children and youth succeed.