Every child regardless of their background, upbringing, or socioeconomic status should have an equal opportunity to participate in the occupational landscape of our future. Our mission is to provide skill set development as well as educational and mental health support to children in underserved communities. Identifying children in foster care as an underserved community, we cater to the needs of children in their process of transitioning out of foster care.

Youth Mental Health in underserved communities

The Epidemiologic Catchment Area Study, the largest population-based US study of psychiatric disorders, found that adults in the lowest quartile of socioeconomic status were almost three times more likely to have a psychiatric disorder than those in the highest quartile.


Foster Care Transition

Adolescents face a range of developmental issues, and as teens approaching adulthood, living independently becomes a significant goal. While youth with intact families may struggle to achieve self-reliance, youth in out-of-home care face formidable obstacles. We can help guide you through the transition.

Academic support

Supporting students in their education is a core activity of Project healthy minds. Like so many other aspects of the society, the pandemic has worsened inequities in education. We breakdown barriers that prevent young, underserved students from achieving education and career success.


Our counselors will help you build your resilience by tapping into your hidden strengths. We work collaboratively with you to create new coping techniques and strategies.