Women Wo nder Writers™ (WWW) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, which implements cultural arts and restorative justice mentoring programs for youth and their families impacted by adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). WWW is dedicated to supporting juvenile justice and education systems with creative alternatives to suspension, expulsion and incarceration. By giving students a new perspective and the proper tools and framework to succeed, WWW believes that no matter one's past, resilience is possible.
Break the cycle of victimization and abuse through education, empathy & expression.
Strengthen youth, their families and the community it serves by:
- Empowering students to be educated, empathetic and expressive
- Cultivating awareness and advocacy towards social injustices
- Decreasing student dropout rates thus lowering crime rate
- Building tolerance & empathy
- Working with victims to stop the cycle of victimization & abuse
Engagement with its clients and target population
WWW has grown into an organization of professionals and youth leaders dedicated to making a difference. WWW is supported by and/or collaborates with Riverside County Sheriff Department, Riverside County Probation, Riverside District Attorney's Office, Riverside Police Officers Association, Jurupa Unified School District, Gateway College & Career Academy, Riverside County Office of Education, Come Back Kids, Youth Opportunity Center, City of Riverside, Artist Judi Randolph, Riverside Unified School District, Alvord High School, Riverside Family Justice Center, Riverside County Department of Probation, Riverside Deputy District Attorney's Association, California Baptist University, University of California at Riverside Undergraduate Research, Corona Public Library, Zonta International, Inlandia Institute, Operation SafeHouse, Riverside Community Arts Association, Riverside Community Health Foundation, Plan-It-Life Group Home, Thessalonika, Street Positive, Worth Visual Arts, Back to the Grind Coffee House, Mace, Farmer Boys, 99 Designs, and Blick Art.
Learn about the Founders and Board by clicking HERE.
Meet the Staff by clicking HERE.
Reach WWW at info@WomenWonderWriters.com or write to: Women Wonder Writers, 3516 Ninth Street, Suite D, Riverside, CA 92501. They look forward to hearing from you!