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Setting the Youth Free


Read about our organization in the Bend Magazine

Message us today for more information to start volunteering with our organization.

Tattoo removal for juvenile offenders and victims: see the story here how our organization is launching this program!

HOW CAN YOU HELP?

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Make a donation

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Become a volunteer

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Donate your birthday

CURRENT PROJECTS

Uninked & Set Free


The “Uninked and Set Free” program helps minors at the Nueces County

Juvenile Justice Center remove unwanted gang and sex trafficking

tattoos!

One Heart Program


The One Heart Project is an activation campaign, with the purpose of

mobilizing individuals and organizations across America to participate in a movement to impact incarcerated and at-risk youth through two initiatives: 1) a standardized redirection initiative, and 2) a

standardized reentry initiative.

UPCOMING EVENTS

December 6, 2019

Ribbon Cutting: Uninked & Set Free

Nueces County Juvenile Justice Volunteers inc. will be unveiling the new tattoo program, Uninked and Set Free.

 

The tattoo removal machine will be on site. Former mob boss, Michael Franzese will cut the ribbon to launch the program. Ribbon cutting ceremony will be in partnership with the United Corpus Christi Chamber of Commerce.

Strong community partnerships make our work possible. Join us in thanking these businesses and organizations for supporting NCJJV and making a difference in the lives of our youth.


Thank you Chick-Fil-A on Everhart for providing meals at the Student Leadership Challenge


Nueces COunty Juvenile Justice Volunteers
Domingo Live with Becki Mohat of NCJJV

If you missed Domingo Live this morning, here is an update Oscar Hernandez and I gave regarding the impact COVID 19 has had on NCJJV.

NEWSLETTER SIGN-UP

Coming Soon

YOU CAN’T GO BACK AND CHANGE YOUR BEGINNING BUT YOU CAN START TODAY TO CHANGE YOUR ENDING. – C.S. LEWIS

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