Vision and Mission
A'isha Academy's vision is to provide permanent housing and services to the Homeless Youths (TAY Population) 16 to 25 years old. Our strategy is to provide Shelters, Bridge housing and A Residential Charter School that will provide services to TAY (Transition Age Youths). The specific goals and objective is to prevent Homeless and offer them the Love and Support they lack with an alternative to drugs, gangs and violence. The benefits to society, is to link at-risk youth with responsible adults to provide guidance, responsibility and increase education participation.
A’ISHA ACADEMY is a California Non-Profit Public Benefit, 501(C)(3) Corporation. The Corporation was founded in California in 2014. EIN: 37-1762784
The current situation is the there is not enough beds for homeless youths.
Los Angeles County in January 2017 homeless count was 57,794 of that number 20,000 youths from the Ages 12 to 25 years old –Los Angeles County was 10,000 youth between the ages of 16 to 25 years old homeless, many aged out of the Foster care system.
Homeless has devastating impact on youth’s environment opportunist, only 77% made school regular. (United States Department of Education). 42% of Minor transferred school at least once and 51% at this School for deferred divine or more schools or more. ) (Institution for Children and Poverty). What homeless youth need most of all is a home and School, where they can acquire the skills needed to help them escape poverty.
The desired goals of Aisha Academy is to partner with cities to expand Rapid Re-housing; Provide bridge housing for those homeless exiting institutions, provide Emergency Shelters for the homeless (TAY population) and a residential Charter School for the TAY Population (16-25) years homeless, where they will be given services for transition age youth.
Education, Substance Abuse, Mental Health Treatment and Job Readiness skills.
The future of the children are in the "Hands of Mothers"
Who we are- Aisha Academy is an altruistic nonprofit organization that is purpose-developed to provided life-changing services; specifically, homeless shelters, transitional housing, residential charter school for homeless youths between the ages of 16-25. Our goals are to make a better way for the youngest of our communities “Angelo by providing impacting life-changing care, safety, and psychological and educational growth based services.
What We Do – As of January 2017, the city and county of Los Angeles now hosts over 20,000 homeless youths. Aisha Academy will provide housing, educational programs, and health and psychological care for this growing population. Our city and county facilities, processes, and curriculum have been tediously created with love and care to meet the needs of a growing homeless youth population. Aisha Academy’s Founder and Executive Director, Mr. Kelvin L. Williams, has spent over 35 years securing appropriate licensees, credential, experienced dare providers, and partnerships with academic institutions, politicians, civic and business leaders, as well as appropriate agencies to develop one of the most comprehensive transitional homeless organizations in the state of California.
What Makes Aisha Academy Different- Identifying and working with homeless youth can be very challenging. Aisha Academy’s origin began with tragedy during Mr. William’s childhood. As a result of those experiences, Mr. Williams has dedicated his life to making a difference for today’s embattled youth. Aisha’s curriculum and programming will take a ‘hands on’ approach with regard to the delivery of its programs and the expected results. Our programs will provide ‘one-stop’ opportunities for youth housing, group therapy psychological support, health and spiritual services and proffer experienced professionals, empowered peers, communities participants and benevolent volunteers. Aisha Academy will provide program participants with the foundational tools and life-skills to effectively integrate into society and the enabling ability to sustain their growth. Aisha’s ‘one-stop-‘ approach will proffer participant the ability to not only consider it ‘home’, they will be able to access the services they need to retake charge of their lives and define their life paths more accurately and to make well informed life choices.
Aisha Academy facilitator has taught 10 week curriculum at Home Sweet Home
Youth build charter School. We have partnership with “The City Transitional “
20-bed Facility in Pomona.
We have worked with other non-profit organization addressing the homeless TAY Population.
Aisha Academy has partnership with a University Intern Program, where the Student social workers will conduct group therapy under a license Psychology. We also partnership with a Community College Board of Trustee , that once the youth attain their G.E.D. they will be allow to enter College under the Teen Program.
Aisha Academy will offer the TAY population of Homeless; Educational Services, Mental Health Services and Substance Abuse Group.
“Let’s Save the Youth”
"Almost 23% of children in California are living in poverty."
"Help The Homeless Children" Campaign
The Homeless support program of A'isha Academy focuses on assisting children who have loss their parents and/or guardians and providing services to help them to fit into society in a healthy and productive way.
We take care of the following needs:
- Substance- Food, clothes and hygiene;
- Education- includes fees, books, supplies and two uniforms;
- Health- includes medical
- Social Upliftment- extra-curricular activities
- Child Protection Rights
Women must unite around common problems
- Homeless children - 16-25 years old (Runaways vs. Throwaways)
- At risk children- to drugs, gangs and crimes
- Delinquent youths - 16-25 years old
Homeless Sponsorship Program
With 200,000 homeless children in California from the ages of 16 to 25 years old, A'isha Academy will provide a better future for the children with a donation of just $1.00 a month. Do your part California - Help us help the helpless, homeless!!!
They are not Runaways, they are Throwaways - Children 12, 13, 14, 15 years old.
Homeless children are a Trust (Amanah) for which the Believers in God are responsible. It is a social obligation for the communities to care for them.
Founded: May 29, 2014
Location: Los Angeles, California
Services: Alcohol & Drug Treatment
Gang Anonymous Treatment
Criminal Thinking & Insight Curriculum
Grief & Trauma Curriculum
Battery and it's effects Curriculum
Anger Management Curriculum