How We Help – JOINing in Action

For the impoverished elderly, subsisting on welfare, who is suffering a major crisis (health, dental, residence):
JOIN-LifeLine - subsidizing emergency aid to impoverished elderly through welfare agency to get back to subsistence.
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For the despondent family, mired in debt and legal issues:
JOIN-Advocacy - mediating and advocating people out of complex legal, financial, and bureaucratic quandaries.
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For the business-inspired or crisis-managing person stuck without cash flow:
JOIN-Loans - bridging self-sufficiency with a loan at a time of crisis.
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For the delinquent youth who recoils at the "at-risk" projects meant to "save" him or her:
JOIN-At-Risk Youth Engagement - Our Own Way, a pilot for broad governmental replication, taps into the deep-seated independence and sense of social injustice of "unreachable" delinquent youth, motivating them to design and build their own social-action programs
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For the strife-ridden, dysfunctional or parenting-challenged family:
JOIN-Empowerment and Family - education, workshops, therapy, stress-reduction and advocacy to stabilize abusive, strife-ridden, toxic family situations.
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For the dysfunctional family, where hopelessness fosters chaos:
JOIN-"Somechet" - lifting dysfunctional and despondent families to their feet through intensive rehabilitative mentoring.
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For the child languishing at home alone during a long, hot summer while his or her friends enjoy a fun, nurturing camp experience:

JOIN-Day Camps - Provides a fun, structured and wholesome summer day-camp experience for children trapped in low socio-economic households.
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For the child lacking a basic education or reading skills, or who is falling further and further behind:
JOIN-Educational Enrichment - boosting scholastic motivation and achievement by establishing school libraries, computer and science centers, special science and reading programs, and university mini-courses for junior high students.
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