Vocational & Rehabilitation Programs
People living in poverty, an increasing number of whom are women and children, face deprivation, exclusion, insecurity, and voice-lessness. Interrelated issues such as the use of OPIOID add up to powerlessness. It is widely accepted that the vicious cycle of poverty is the result in part of the lack of adequate education and skills, health issues, and lack of opportunities. Orpe Human Rights Advocates is hard-working by promoting vocational programs deemed to move forward communities and programs that move lives from the status of insufficient income to the status of self-sufficient incomes. We are particularly concerned about homeless people, veterans, and low-income families.