Presentation on theme: "PUBLIC HEALTH FOUNDATION ENTERPRISE"— Presentation transcript:
1PUBLIC HEALTH FOUNDATION ENTERPRISE Aztecs RisingPUBLIC HEALTH FOUNDATION ENTERPRISE
2agenda Introduction Mission Statement/Vision Core Values Agency AccomplishmentsProgram Components/ModelPublic Health Foundation Enterprise (PHFE)San Bernardino Re-Entry Collaborative
3Mission Statement & vision Aztecs Rising promotes peace, self-sufficiency and quality of life for youth, adults and families through gang intervention, violence prevention, case management and job readiness services. Aztecs Rising seeks to break the cycle of violence in the community so that future generations can succeed. Through its innovative programs, Aztecs Rising helps youth and adults become successful, contributing members of their community. While similar in approach, each program of Aztecs Rising works with a unique population and our programs cooperatively work together to provide the best possible services to clients.
4Core ValuesOptimal health of the population is in everyone’s best interestThe innovative and flexible solutions PHFE provides to our partners enables them to improve the health and well-being of our communities.We must model excellence and the highest standards of ethics and integrity in all we doThe shared mission embodied in PHFE’s collaborations will serve as a blueprint for 21st Century public health.
5Agency accomplishments Aztecs Fire FuelsFront Country Fire Crew 6 & Big Horn Crew 2 (San Bernardino)Jr. Aztec Fire Fuels Program (Rehabilitated over 1200 youth)LA Bridges II Gang Intervention ProgramsGang Reduction Youth Development (GRYD)Rehabilitation of over 1500 young men and womanHuge proponent of public safetyAwarded the Hallmark Hero Reward, featured in The American Latino Show, and elected to be a part of the United States Peace Delegation.
8Programs components Aztecs Rising Fire FuelsAztecs Fire Fuels CrewSBC Big Horn Crew 2Public Health Foundation Enterprises, Inc. (PHFE)GRYD ProjectsCypress Park/ Northeast GRYDRampart GRYD ProjectN. Hollenbeck GRYD ProjectBelmont non-GRYD projectWorkshop/Other ProjectsYouth Policy InstituteKaiser Permanente San Gabriel ValleyCare ProgramJunior Aztecs ProgramHollywood Junior Aztec Program
9Program Model two-fold approach Community Intervention Resource Team (CIRT)Community-Based Gang Intervention: violence interruption and crisis response.24/7 crisis response team: Responds to gang related incidents as a team.Logs and files incidentsDirect services to the individuals.Referrals made to Family case management.Family Case ManagementIndividualized Service Provisions: With case management wrap around services.CounselingMentoringJob Readiness workshops and placementLife Skills WorkshopsReferrals
10Public Health Foundation Enterprises, inc. Who is PHFEHow PHFE and Aztecs rising works togetherHow PHFE can help your organizationFor Questions Please contact Mr. Giancarlo Cosavalente at or (562)
11San Bernardino re-entry collaborative MissionVisionValuesThe SBCRC is a partnership of agencies, organizations and individuals committed to making our communities safer through the successful reentry and long-term success of the formerly incarcerated. The SBCRC connects individuals seeking change, before and after release, to services needed to ensure a balanced and successful reentry thereby interrupting the cycle of offending and reoffending.The SBCRC offers a responsive resource network that provides seamless services to formerly incarcerated individuals and their families to ensure the safety and health of former incarcerated individuals and our communities.RespectDignity3. Long-term sustainable change4. Safety for people and communities.
12How can we help?Aztecs Rising can help reduce recidivism by offering the two-fold approach of Community Gang Intervention/Outreach as well as Family Case Management Wrap around services.*Recruitment of community members that can qualify for the role of outreach.*Brush Clearance/ Weed abatement contracts with local, private, or government agencies.*Tattoo Removal Program*Fire Training and placement for emergency on-call fire fighters.Case manager develops relationships with re-entry individuals by assessing for services 3 months prior to release.Aztecs Rising professionals can help address the public health, public safety, and social concerns associated with the re-entry population.Our Mission, Vision, Values, and Goals point in the same direction: The idea is to reduce recidivism and address systematic challenges that will lead to safer communities. Providing wrap around services and developing community relationships to those individuals being released will help provide much needed “immediate” services and potentially reduce recidivism rates by offering them different opportunities for success. This in turn will increase the publics safety.