We Integrate Families and Communities in Re-Entry
Family and Education are our Main Foundations
At Y. G., Family Comes First
Strong Families = Strong Communities & Strong Communities = Strong Nation
Re-establish family and community bonds for those directly or indirectly impacted by the judicial system, by utilizing re-entry tools and focusing on the virtues of every family member and the importance of each of their roles.
We want to ensure the most peaceful transition of those directly impacted by the judicial system while assisting them successfully back into society and safeguarding the vital bonds of the family.
Y.G. Institute operates from a commitment to dignity and the belief that all people are created equal and deserve to live a life of joy. We engage with each client we encounter from a position of wholeness and strive to help them see and experience their wholeness as well. We expect that any organization that we partner with or refer clients to will operate in the same spirit. We welcome our clients and other community members to share their value and to learn from our process as volunteers collaborating for social solutions in our community.
Strong Family Bond, Perseverance, Commitment, Honesty,
Hard Work, Compassion, Diversity, Teamwork.
Our New Service: Impulse Project
The YG Blog
In Partnership with #RiversideHouse we celebrated yesterday Father’s Day to 50 in house residents. It was a great event. Thanks to our donors we handed gift bags worth about $50.00. Special thanks to our Vice President Larisa, our employee Nathalie and the volunteers…
We are so happy to announce that our interns are graduating! They have been such an impactful addition to our team and we are happy to call them part of our family. Lucca and Nathalie will both continue to grow in their endeavors and their goals, but they know that if…
In partnership with Be Strong International, YG Institute took part in a workshop where parents were guided in how to be emotionally healthy with Nicole Klein. Peers were taught how to effectively manage problems and to become problem solvers rather than instigators…