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Review for Dads Against Meth Use Inc, Payson, AZ, USA
The Mission Statement of the DAMU foundation is to provide at risk youth with the tools needed to make smart choices and build healthy relationships throughout their lives.
The philosophy of our program uses an approach to modify behavior patterns to set a foundation for change. One objective of DAMU foundation is to provide a safe, positive environment where each at risk youth is able to learn and apply the values of responsibility, respect for authority, self-respect and self-motivation. With these tools in hand, your sons and daughters are able to return to her homes, schools and community’s with positive and lasting results
last year damu held a scrap metal round up and found keys to chase bank ATMs thank for your donation Chase
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last year Sometime around Nov. Or Dec. we began our annual Scrap metal roundup. It’s one way that we raise money and meet the community, Myself and one of our at risk boys where picking up a scrap metal We began picking things up, and found a key laying on the ground near the dumpster, Along with the key we also found the operating CD’s they used to program ATM machines
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
locate in a commercal building
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through a friend
What is this organization's top short-term priority?
The DAM-U Youth Living facility will be a complete 177 bed facility outreach program. located in Mesa, AZ. With class rooms a kitchen, chapel, court yard and meeting areas on sight. It is estimated that we can house around 150 at risk youth and reach out on a daily base to hundreds more, that are returning back into society, and need our communities support. These young adults come from jail or other youth facilities, do to drug addiction or family problems and need transitional housing, life skills and mentoring for leading a healthy productive life.
What is its top priority in the long run?
It’s called (TEMP) Technical, Educational, and Mentoring Program. This program has had 100% success rate so far and 7 of AZ’s biggest contractors are bidding government contracts for us right now! So with your support and others like you we are ready to move forward, to meet the foundations growing needs.