"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has".
- Margret Mead
Founder Hameen Shabazz discussing Project NAS with J Halmeen Media
At Project NAS, we believe in the in the "Holistic approach" and this means that we meet our members where they are as it relates to their biological, sociological. psychological, financial, cultural, and spiritual needs. The staff of Project NAS has an understanding that we may not be able to accommodate all members in house, therefore, we use a highly sophisticated referral system.
Project NAS ( Not A Staistic) Social Justice Research and Advocacy Center is a certified 501c3 organization who is dedicated to empowering individuals with imperative life skills needed to become productive and contributing members of society. We provided the following services
Project NAS is a recognized 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Corporation in South Carolina, established since 2011, dedicated to reducing recidivism of incarceration in South Carolina. Project NAS encourages whole-person development by promoting: Personal Enhancement Skills, Education, Employment Readiness, Finance Management, Group Work, Building Healthy Relationships by Creating new social networks.
Project NAS serves a population with unique needs, individuals recently being released from South Carolina Department of Corrections, Youth released from The Department of Juvenile Justice, At risk youth and the families of this under-served population, and families and love ones of incarcerated or formerly incarcerated people.
The programs at Project NAS (Not A Statistic) is to enhance economical opportunities, broaden scopes as it relates to social, intellectual, physical wholeness, promote good citizenship and to act in the capacity of a catalyst between individuals with legal challenges and employers as well as the community.
Project NAS (Not A Statistic) is dedicated to serving the following populations :