Culinary Interns Shine at Chefs For Farmers

Culinary Interns Shine at Chefs For Farmers

It’s been a wonderful year filled with new opportunities for youth in the juvenile justice system. Through programs like Career Readiness, Culinary Arts, PREP Dog Training and Welding Technology, Youth With Faces participants learn career and life skills that set them on a path toward a positive and self-sufficient future. …

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Remembering Michael MacAdams

Remembering Michael MacAdams

Michael “Mac” MacAdams was an integral leader for Youth With Faces for more than five years, serving as our Board Chairman, steward and chief advocate. He truly personified selfless devotion to our students, staff and the community – instilling the values and commitment to community that the organization strives to achieve every day. …

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Meet Community Change Maker Franchesca Nor

Meet Community Change Maker Franchesca Nor

Youth With Faces volunteer and Dive Coastal Cuisine Owner Franchesca Nor was featured as a Community Change Maker on local television network CW33. We hope you’ll take a moment to learn about her work with Youth With Faces students here. You can meet Franchesca at this year’s Chefs For Farmers food …

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Youth Keep Busy this Summer with Four-Legged Friends

Youth Keep Busy this Summer with Four-Legged Friends

Young men residing in the Dallas County Juvenile Department have stayed busy this summer in Youth With Faces’ PREP Dog Training program. PREP stands for Patience, Responsibility, Empathy and Partnership, which is the focus of the course that offers hands-on training in gentle leadership. Two young men ages 12-17 are paired with …

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United Way Funds Pathways to Education

United Way Funds Pathways to Education

When most young men and women are released from the juvenile justice system, their job prospects are slim. They are so slim, in fact, that only 19 percent find employment upon release. At Youth With Faces, we are changing this statistic for the at-risk youth in our program with help …

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Cooking Up Change

Culinary Program Teaches Skills For Life

Cooking Up Change

On a warm Friday night in July, one of Dallas’ most popular restaurants is bustling with diners enjoying the latest culinary trends. Single-source goat cheese and biscuit-crusted fish are just some of the delectable dishes featured on Café Momentum’s summer menu. But that’s not all that is special about this …

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Send A Support Message

Send A Support Message

All too often, the youth we serve have no one to believe in them. They have grown up in a world that expects them to fail, and they have come to expect it too. Shattering that myth can be transformational. When we believe in them, they can begin to believe …

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