To provide justice involved youth, from Greater Baton Rouge and Hammond, with mentors who can impact their lives by guiding them in more favorable paths that will prevent them from becoming repeat and/or adult offenders, subsequently leading them into establishing themselves as productive citizens within the community.
Face to Face Enrichment Center was established in September 2006 to meet the needs of the community's most disadvantaged populations.
One of our signature programs is The COPE Project. COPE stands for Community Organizations and Programs that Empower.
What is The COPE Project? COPE is a youth mentoring program that targets the crucial needs to build protective factors among youth, ages 10-18, who are at high risk levels in his or her family, home, community, and social environment. These youth also face educational failure, dropping out of school, gang involvement, and some experience mental health issues.