WHO WE SUPPORT

PAYBACk MAKEs AN IMPACT

Placement in a positive, productive role in the community allows youth offenders to experience, practice, and demonstrate the ability to do something of value for others. 

YOUTH and their families

Youth become aware of their responsibility to obey the law, gain valuable job experience, and develop work skills that prepare them for future employment. Through participating in PayBack, these youth are less likely to end up back in Family Court for additional crimes.

victims

Through working with community organizations and non-profits, participants are able to earn money to pay back the victims of their crimes. More than $600,000 has been returned to victims by participants since Payback’s inception.

Community

Youth provide many workforce hours performing services that enhance neighborhoods they reside in. Positive role models at work sites help build strong and safe communities. Community nonprofit and/or public agencies include animal shelters, nursing homes, parks, fire departments, and churches willing to provide supervised work sites.

Not-for-profit and Public Agencies 

Youth provide many workforce hours performing services that enhance neighborhoods they reside in. Positive role models at work sites help build strong and safe communities.

“It has taught me strong work ethic and haS led me to seek employment and make money the right way versus taking money from others who work hard.”

- Collin,Youth Participant