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What We Do

Ways We're Making a Difference

Foster children in the system face a range of challenges in their educational success. Some of these challenges include an increased likelihood of experiencing trauma, higher rates of suspension and absenteeism, and higher rates of school immobility. 

 
They can engage in constructive, organized, and supervised interactions that support learning when they work in pairs and small groups. These methods encourage intellectual growth by requiring foster children to balance their own beliefs and those of others.

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WHY WE DO IT

Passion Behind the Purpose

Amore Transitional Group Inc. is dedicated to improving the lives of young women at-risk, disadvantaged, and those exiting the foster care system, through education, skill development, and self-sufficiency. In partnership with Cousia Towns the Beauty Company, Amore's home base serves as a beauty incubator for the broken.  Our nonprofit pays it forward by "Changing Faces and Changing Lives" focusing on connecting to the community with educational workshops, STEAM programs "S.E.E.D.S," skill and building strength through the inner and outer self, and self-empowerment. We cater to the foster care system, juvenile justice system youth, and domestic violence victims.

There are not many programs that are specifically designed to meet the needs of emancipated youth in a way that is gender and culturally sensitive. Girls who leave foster care are more likely to experience domestic abuse, unplanned pregnancies, sexual exploitation and trafficking, sexually transmitted diseases like HIV/AIDS, and poverty. Thousands of foster care girls can be helped each year by addressing these issues in a way that takes specific and careful account of experiences as they relate to womanhood.

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There are not many programs that are specifically designed to meet the needs of emancipated youth in a way that is gender and culturally sensitive. Girls who leave foster care are more likely to experience domestic abuse, unplanned pregnancies, sexual exploitation and trafficking, sexually transmitted diseases like HIV/AIDS, and poverty. Thousands of foster care girls can be helped each year by addressing these issues in a way that takes specific and careful account of experiences as they relate to womanhood.

By offering these diverse activities, the Amore Transitional Group, Inc. aims to provide a comprehensive and holistic approach to supporting youth in their transition out of the Foster Care system. Each activity is designed to develop essential skills, provide vocational opportunities, enhance emotional well-being, and empower participants to build successful and independent lives.

STEAM Education

Cosmetology and Aesthetics Training

Makeup Artistry Workshops

Dental Health Education and Dentistry Training

Sewing and Fashion Design Classes

Cooking and Culinary Arts Programs

Sexual Education

Nail Technician Training

Emotional Intelligence Workshops

Incorporating Biblical Principles

Unmasking Workshops

Communication Development Sessions

Drug Rehabilitation Programs

Pay It Forward

S.E.E.D.S.

Supporting, Educating, Empowering, and
Developing socially responsible community leaders.

A PROCLAMATION

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In 2017, Amore Transitional Group Inc. introduced a Proclamation by the Governor of the State of Georgia, declaring the month of May as FOSTER CARE MONTH for Georgia. Atlanta, Georgia is where Amore's second location is planted.

This was a great accomplishment for our nonprofit organization. Amore Transitional Group Inc. will continue to bring awareness throughout the nation advocating for emancipated foster care youth and young adults.
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