-Romans 16:1-2 KJV
CUSTODY AND CONTROL: GIRLS IN THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM
Disproportionate numbers of Girls in the System
BLACK GIRLS MATTER: PUSHED OUT, OVER POLICED AND UNDER PROTECTED
Race Matters: At-Risk females
FIGHTING SEX STEREOTYPES IN THE LAW: REFLECTIONS ON 40 YEARS OF THE ACLU WOMEN'S RIGHTS PROJECT
February 11, 2013
A history of fighting for women's human rights.
Daughters of Phoebe (DOP) understands that education is essential to employability, and a young woman's ability to become self-sufficient and independent.
DOP intends to provide transitional services to young women to bridge the gap between economic, social, and educational challenges to gainful, sustainable employment by developing skills and attitudes to maintain a meaningful adult lifestyle with positive social relationships.
Career & Employment
DOP's mission is to assist at-risk females in the healing and recovery process through Cognitive-Behavior Therapy and other clinical supports to empower these young women to make healthy decisions and avoid self-destructive behaviors in a safe, supportive, and caring environment.
578 East 95th
Brooklyn, NY 11236