Hope Partnership

Hope Partnership was formed and developed by youth and staff members and piloted by the Oregon Youth Partnership with AmeriCorps grants to provide young marginalized individuals the chance to personally grow, develop, and thrive through workshops in the Arts, Life Skills, and Transition Services while in the Youth Correctional Facilities and with strong community connections. It continued for two more years under those grants, and then went under Janus Youth Programs in September 2014.
This new identity seeks to help Hope Partnership accomplish their goal of seeing young marginalized individuals reclaim a foundation of confidence, direction, and positive integration through the use of Community Networks.
With this, the organization should be able to market and promote itself so that they gain renewed and increased funding through the Oregon Legislator and other private organization and individuals.