All Corpsmembers receive supportive services that remove barriers to participation and keep them focused on their work and schooling. They meet with case managers one on one to set goals. They can get housing, transportation, or food assistance. Life skills programming includes financial literacy, workplace skills, and health/hygiene. Transition specialists help them apply for jobs or enroll in college or vocational school.
“All my life I heard you only live once. The Corps gave me a second life and opportunity to live and do things right.”
– Corpsmember Irvin Segura