86
97
%

of youth remain in school and are promoted next grade

37
95
%

of youth graduate high school

9
68
%

of HANDY Scholars graduate college

5
94
%

of youth attending weekly tutoring improved

74
97
%

of youth improved school attendance

83
92
%

of youth decreased risky behaviors

HANDY would like to acknowledge and thank the following people and organizations for their support of our COVID – 19 Sustainability Campaign:

 

 

YOLLES CHARITABLE FOUNDATION INC

Mark A. Miller

Kenneth Fisher

Shiff Construction & Development

 

 Andrew Hyman and Kathy Thomsen

Philip J. DeBiasi

Isabel Gonzalez

Justen and Melissa Shiff 

 Adam Spiegel

Michelle Sweet 

Kevin Worrell

Daniel Young

Teri Kaye

Sandra Nori

Lucy Weber

Sabrina Williams

Dr. Charmaine Borda

Michael Wild, Esq

Ronnie Selinger

 

 

ABOUT

HANDY

HANDY’s mission is to achieve positive, lasting change for youth by providing life skills, education and a supportive community.

Founded in 1985, HANDY has met the needs of more than 50,000 Broward County children in foster and relative / non-relative care associated with the child dependency system.

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Children and youth ages nine to 25 years old, who have been removed from their homes due to domestic violence, substance abuse, physical and/or sexual abuse, and abandonment, and others.

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PROGRAMS

HANDY’s LIFE Program is the first of its kind in the state of Florida, and it serves youth who do not qualify for Foster Care Independent Living programs.

HANDY’s LIFE Program provides individual in-school and in-home tiered case management and counseling services.

HANDY’S Education and Career Development department is the last component of the LIFE program (education and employment).

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HANDY is a proud recipient of funding from the following donors.
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of youth demonstrated improved interactions

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of youth did not obtain new law violations

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of youth did not cause a pregnancy

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of youth did not use alcohol or drugs