STREATS (Strive To Reach Educate And Transform Society) is a nonprofit project of the International Humanities Center that strives to help homeless people move beyond their situation toward a life with shelter and self-sufficiency. Behind the STREATS project is a group of professionals working to assist the homeless in the transition from the street or shelter to self-sufficient living. STREATS advocates and educates society at large on homelessness and what can be done to eradicate it through media, online and through various outlets. STREATS has reached a point of success in which its formerly homeless participants are now helping others move away from homelessness as case managers, group facilitators, counselors, literacy tutors, drivers and general assistants.
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STREATS can be found in almost any homeless shelter in the Washington, D.C. metro area, but the organization seeks to expand its services and advocacy to other areas. STREATS is working continuously to build its community and seek out collaborative relationships that will result in more STREATS locations where they are needed around the country. STREATS seeks collaborations with people dedicated to its mission of helping homeless people move into homes and self-sufficiency.
STREATS Franchise Opportunities – History
STREATS (Strive To Reach Education And Transform Society) was launched in November 2006 as a small assembly of homeless and formerly homeless individuals in Washington, D.C. metro area. The organization has successfully engaged the homeless community, homeless advocates, and the District of Columbia government in addressing hard issues affecting the lives of homeless people. STREATS is overseen by Pastor Athan Burch, Woodbridge First Church of the Nazarene, Washington, D.C.
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Contact STREATS at email@example.com for information about opening a STREATS chapter.
STREATS Business Opportunities: Other Information
STREATS allows their homeless participants to tell their stories via streats.tv and videos that have come to be known as the STREATS Soap Opera Series, in which homeless people were trained in videography, and created a seven-episode series about homelessness. STREATS has since expanded to other programs, including STREATS News, STREATS Faith and STREATS CARE.