Mentoring Services

ALAS

ALAS (Advocating for Latinas Achieving Self-Sufficiency)
The program identifies with and supports the Latina woman in her life decisions by encouraging her to build upon existing strengths, resources and support networks. ALAS also provides Support Groups, linkage to Parenting Groups , English classes and other activities that emphasize self-development and self-sufficiency.

For more information please E-mail April Flores Brayton, ICDVP, Manager of Community Based Services.

Career Services

Increased income and employability are key factors in achieving independence and self-confidence. Women meet with skilled volunteers for assessment, vocational counseling, and referrals to education and training. Together they create a plan to increase income and work within the larger community to identify employment opportunities.

Project Lifeline

Project Lifeline links community members, or Mentors, with women who are homeless or victims of domestic violence, completed WINGS Housing Programs, or received outreach counseling through WINGS.  A minimum 6-month commitment is required. Mentors are trained and receive ongoing support while they provide one-on-one encouragement to women who are seeking an enhanced quality of life and financial stability. WINGS provides additional outlets for meetings, discussions, and recreational activities to Mentors and their Mentees. Please consider joining us as a Mentor to help enrich the lives of women in our community!

For more information please E-mail April Flores Brayton, ICDVP, Manager of Community Based Services.