Center for HOP​& Restoration



Principle-Based Lifestyle Training©


The Center for HOPe's  vision,  raising community awareness concerning generational poverty and it's affects on at-risk, low income children, youth, and individuals responds to the challenge by providing solutions for transforming at-risk behaviors through personal responsibility training utilizing PBLT's© "Supplemental Education" Success Curriculum© methods and the individualized "After School Homework Tutorials" are aimed at boosting the students GPA's and state test scores. Participants become excited and proactive in their quest to achieve socio-economic advantage. PBLT© helps them develop personal leadership skills which promotes self-confidence. Students or participants are trained to make better choices and to practice behaviors that produce successful, productive lifestyles.    The Center currently offers three projects: HPEC© After School for K-8 students with a goal of achieving "Honor Roll Status"; and, PBLT©,"Principle-Based Lifestyle Training©" for clients (youth or adults) desiring to improve their socio-economic health and mental wellness. A third project offers internships, externships, job training and job placement. Many of the positions offered are  referred to as "Lost Arts".