Redeem Detroit is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that aims to revitalize neighborhoods in the city of Detroit. Our goal is to take vacant properties and rehabilitate them and then use them to help the citizens in the neighborhood where they are located.
We believe that everyone deserves a second chance and that’s why we train at-risk youth (teen parents), homeless veterans, and returning citizens in vocational and job readiness skills, and with these skills we help them become entrepreneurs or provide job placement as well as connect them to the resources they need. In return they help us clean up the neighborhood and eliminate blight.
What We Offer.
Personal Development Courses
The Project N.O.A.H. program helps teen parent graduates of the Pathways Academy further their education by removing barriers that prevent them from enrolling in & finishing college or post-secondary education.
Through our program we provide a Summer Bridge component, bridging Academy student graduates to learn skilled trades.
We also provide our teen parents a study hall, computer lab, tutoring, free daycare & transportation, as well as life skills workshops.
teen mothers never graduate from high school
children were born to teebn moms in Detroit in 2011
children born in Detroit are born to single mothers
children in Detroit live in poverty