Showcase Group provides support to at-risk youth and their families by implementing psychosocial services such as youth advocacy, mental health, and case management services.
Each participant experiences programming that is culturally relevant and tailored to their unique needs, addressing various elements related to mental health, residential living/care, education, and employment pathways.
Through advocacy, case management, and social-emotional learning services, Showcase Group provides system-involved youth and their families the psychological tools required to break the cycle of generational incarceration. SWAG stands for Sustainability With Advocacy Groups.
As each client moves through Showcase Group’s community-centric behavioral health journey, they are connected to resources within four critical areas: education, employment, housing, and mental health. Form your own group or serve with our next group of trained Youth Advocates.
Showcase Group provides support to at-risk youth and their families by implementing psychosocial services, such as case management and therapy by trained professionals. Our social and emotional training programs also support this population in making better choices as a result of gaining a higher level of diverse, culturally relevant social emotional intelligence (SEL) methods for young adult healthy living.
Paired with advocacy, each participant experiences programming that is tailored to their unique needs, is culturally relevant, easily accessible, and addresses various elements related to mental health, residential living/care, education, and employment pathways – ultimately leading to a healthier lifestyle and reduction of recidivism for incarcerated youth.
We ask our community partners to dream up ideas for how they can support our participants and our organization, and then collaborate with us to make those ideas come to fruition. We are always looking for eager individuals and organizations to support, sponsor, and encourage our participants. Examples of how our partners can support Fellows include: