The Marshall Project
For the brothers Terrick and Joseph Bakhit, childhood in Southern California was a precarious and often brutal experience.
OreMi means "my friend, guide, someone in whom I can confide." We work with foster youth and children of incarcerated parents in Alameda County.
401 Grand Ave, Ste 500
Mentors are at least 18 and must complete our screening process, including training, a home visit, and fingerprinting. Mentees are foster youth and children of incarcerated parents ages 4-18.
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