What We Do?
Our innovative brand of community reform which focuses on creating a healthier individual, both mentally and physically, changes lives forever. To prepare our youth for society we educate them on a wide range of subjects through unique approaches to teaching. We also supply services to those who may be in need but lack the finances to afford them.
NPI will connect our youth with individuals who will form lasting bonds and create a positive influence in their life.
Promote Mental & Physical Health
Through our network of volunteers and supporters NPI will promote the benefits of positive health.
Educating Legal Literacy
Our legal literacy program will properly educate the youth of the Metro Atlanta area on their rights as a citizen and provide them with techniques to use while encountering law enforcement. We will also provide a variety of legal services to youth dealing with financial issues.
Become A NPI Mentor
Requirements For Mentors
Availability for a minimum of two in-person meetings a month. We are looking for people who want to make a positive impact on a child and improve their community. To efficiently achieve that our mentors must be able to generate cohesive relationships with their youth. Although we understand that due to age disparities there may be conflicts in scheduling, we ask our partners to fully understand the commitment attached to be an effective mentor. Mentors will be able to schedule more than two meetings with consent from their parent/guardian.
Ability to correspond with youth in a timely manner- Communication is key to any healthy relationship, which is why NPI ask that our partners are able to communicate with their youth on a consistent basis.
Availability to attend NPI sponsored event- NPI will host numerous events through the year and would appreciate the attendance of our partners. Invitations to events will be given a minimum of 60 days prior to event.
Availability to research ways improve mental health- NPI seeks ways to improve the conditions of individuals living with various mental ailments and we ask that our partners are available to discuss methods and studies beneficial to development in mental wellness.
Knowledge of a specific profession, skill, or trait beneficial to our youth's growth as an individual- NPI intends to connect our youth with people who have the ability to provide them with experiences and relationships to enhance their well-being.
Become A NPI Therapist
Requirements for Therapist
Availability for minimum of two in-person sessions per month (sessions=1hr minimum)-
NPI will require our therapist to be capable of allocating time for a minimum of two in-person sessions a month.
Ability to correspond with NPI sponsored client in timely manner-
NPI does understand that therapist may have a hectic schedule we ask that you are able to respond to clients you are seeing in an appropriate time frame.
Availability to attend NPI sponsored event-
NPI will host numerous events through the year and would appreciate the attendance of our partners. Invitations to events will be given a minimum of 60 days prior to event.
Availability to research ways improve mental health-
NPI seeks to improve the conditions of individuals living with various mental ailments and ask that our partners are available to discuss methods and studies beneficial to development in mental wellness.
Ability to attend seminars-
NPI will require therapist or a representative from their office to be present at a minimum of two seminars per year. Representatives will be asked to field questions from our audience, so please send a patient and knowledgeable person capable of properly educating individuals. (The ability to host a seminar is not a requisite but would be gladly welcomed by NPI.)
Become A NPI Lawyer
Requirements for Lawyers
Allocate an amount of pro bono hours to Networking Perspectives Inc. - NPI works with a variety of individuals in the Metro Atlanta area and would like to provide honorable legal services to those in need. In order to do so, we ask attorneys to pledge a specified amount of pro bono hours to our Legal Literacy program. Upon partnering with NPI a member of the board of directors will contact you to discuss a plan that works best for your firm.
Ability to attend seminars- NPI will require attorneys or a representative from their firm to be present at a minimum of two seminars per year. Representatives will be asked to field questions from our audience, so please send a knowledgeable person capable of properly educating individuals on their rights under the law. (The ability to host a seminar is not a requisite but would be gladly welcomed by NPI).
Ability to plan and strategize with other professionals- NPI is always looking for innovative ways to create change in today’s society, we ask that our partners are equip with the skills to discuss, in group, ways to improve the criminal justice system.
Availability to correspond to NPI clients in a timely manner- We do understand being an attorney is a time-consuming profession, NPI ask that before committing to a partnership, you have the availability to keep in contact while working an NPI related case.