Environmental Careers Worker Training Program

 

Free Program, Ages 18 & up, Must be a High School Grad or have a GED

Basic Skills (6 Weeks)

  • Life Skills
  • Job Readiness
  • Computer Skills
  • Group & Individual Counseling
  • Study Skills                                         

Environmental Technical Training (6 Weeks)

  • OSHA 30 Construction
  • Mold Remediation
  • Asbestos Abatement
  • Lead Abatement
  • Hazwoper (Emergency Response)
  • Construction & Weatherization

Students receive State and/or National Certifications

HBCU-CBO Gulf Coast Equity Consortium

The consortium is partnering with five Gulf Coast communities to help undo the damage done by "environmental injustice. Unity In The Family is part of a 5 year Kellogg Foundation grant that is addressing environmental racism in Wedgewood.  The group is comprised of the Deep South Center for Environmental Justice Inc. and educators, including Florida A & M, Texas Southern, Tennessee State, Alabama A & M and Jackson State.

 

CASH Program The CASH (Changing Anti-Social Behaviors) Program

The CASH Program is a post jail release program for men and women housed at the Escambia County Jail.  The program will reduces recidivism by changing anti-social behavior toward positive patterns.  Also the program will bail out individuals with a bond of $3,000.0 or less, who meet program criteria and attend week sessions.  CASH is conducted on Tuesday & Thursday’s 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM.   

The T.A.B.S. Teens Altering Behavior of Self Program

The T.A.B.S. Program is conducted from 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM on Monday & Wednesday.  The T.A.B.S. Program Behavior Modification class for Juveniles Adjudicated as Adults and are housed at the Escambia County Jail.

So You Are Raising A Knuckle Head, Steps To Success Parenting Class

 

So You Are Raising A Knuckle Head Parenting class is conducted for male inmates housed at the Escambia County jail.  This 8 week program is conducted every Friday from 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Angel Tree

Unity In The Family in conjunction with Prison Fellowship Ministry, sponsors its16th annual Angel Tree gift presentation and dinner supplying gifts to over 300 children whose parents are incarcerated in Penal Institutions.