Mentoring – Mentorship will be provided through a system of semi-structured guidance whereby one person shares their knowledge, skills and experience to assist others to progress in their own lives and careers. Mentors are readily accessible and prepared to offer help as the need arises providing individual support and guidance through self-evaluation inventories, life and social skill development, and substance abuse prevention.
Workforce Development – Workforce development is considered an interconnected set of solutions to meet employment needs. Workforce development can include changes to culture, changes to attitudes, and changes to participant's potential that help to positively influence future success.
Participants will be assisted with resume writing, interviewing skills, financial literacy and personal banking. Successful completion of the mentoring program will result in referral and job training placement programs, as well as entrepreneurship training.
Supportive Services - Supportive services are services such as transportation, child care, or dependent care, necessary to enable an individual to participate in program activities and employment.
F.F.T.P. collaborates with various stakeholders in the community to address food, shelter, child care and other supportive services that are unique to the individual.
Counseling Services – Counseling involves helping the participants to make needed changes in ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving, and is a goal-based collaborative process involving a non-judgmental, supportive counselor who works with participants in telling his or her story, setting viable goals, and developing strategies and plans necessary to accomplish these goals.
F.F.T.P. provides individual counseling for career advising, and individual and group counseling for domestic violence, anger management, parenting classes and clinical mental health.