A Second Chance Resource Center Network United, Inc.

Our mission is to serve as a community liaison, empowering individuals, and families by providing a holistic approach engaging community partners to help individuals and families find their way to self-sufficiency. 

WHO WE ARE

If you just took a wrong turn in life, A Second Chance Resource Center Network United, Inc.  can help you find your way to a positive, successful future.

A Second Chance Resource Center Network United Inc. (ASCRC) was founded in 2013 as a statewide and national community outreach web based initiative, providing access to a dedicated website and portal that disadvantaged individuals and families can utilize to seek available resources.

A Second Chance Resource Center Network United, Inc. (ASCRC)was recognized as a 501(c)(3) charitable tax-exempt non- profit organization by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in 2016.  ASCRC continues to provide information that disadvantaged individuals and familiescan utilize to seek available resources, utilize the agency workforce development initiatives and networking with community partners to help create economic opportunities, and rebuild sustainable and “healthy communities.

ASCRC uses innovative strategies and a holistic approach to empower disadvantaged individuals and families and to broaden communities and building assets that prevent poverty, create equality, and strengthening the social fabric.  ASCRC embraces a community where individuals and families can prosper, with access to quality education, sustainable businesses, affordable housing, healthcare, gainful employment, and live in a safe and violent-free environment.

ASCRC efforts has impacted neighborhoods in transition where families work to rebuild and sustain quality housing, schools, and businesses.  ASCRC is empowering and providing parenting education, case management, job readiness/career planning, tutoring and mentoring, financial literacy, education on arts and culture/historic preservation, as well as various workshops and seminars that connects with referral sources that empower and strengthen low-income individuals and families.

ASCRC continues to network with community partners and develop workforce initiatives to help create economic opportunities, empowering the many individuals and families that seek our services. ASCRC recognizes and understands that strong families, build strong sustainable communities and law abiding citizens.

Our Values

Respect – We value the strengths and assets of all people and organizations with whom we partner.

Integrity – We believe in listening honestly, processing information accurately, and following through on our commitments.

Cultural Competence – We value meaningful relationships between people of diverse cultural, racial, and socioeconomic backgrounds.

Optimism – We believe it is possible for individuals and organizations to improve the quality of life for everyone.Every life is valuable.

 
“We all have big changes in our lives that are more or less a second chance.” -Harrison Ford