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Above: Graphic of Spring 2018 Dreambuilders Alliance Program.
FACT Oregon and Community Vision have announced that the 2018 Spring Session of the Dream Builders Alliance will begin on March 1. This is a collaborative program dedicated to the successful transition from youth to adulthood. It is a two-part program that involves the whole family.
Dream Builders Alliance, a project of Community Vision, Inc., is a grassroots program that provides empowerment, education, community, and transition opportunities to youth ages 16 to 21. This fantastic program works to connect all participants to post-secondary education, housing, and employment options. Participants also receive an introduction to adult support services that emphasize individual choice and full community inclusion.
Part One is the Family Education Series where families learn about important resources regarding the transition from youth to adulthood. It is followed by Part Two where young adults build valuable skills and relationships through thoughtful mentorship.
Limited spaces are available and seminars are from 6 to 8:30 p.m. on March 1, 8, 15, 22; April 5 and 12 with dinner being provided. For more information or to apply, please contact Rachel Eaton, program coordinator by emailing email@example.com or calling her at 503-292-4964, extension 125. It is also possible to apply online at cvision.rg/familyapp/.
To learn more about the Dream Builders Alliance, visit its web page on the Community Vision website. There is an information flyer to download and learn more about the Spring 2018 Dreambuilders Alliance training sessions.