Project Restore Foundation is an 501(c)(3) orgnization which provides strength-based care, behavioral health services, and referrals for additional services as needed for youth and adults. We strive to increase the school attendance of the youth as well.
We've made a commitment to work with the under-served in impoverished neighborhoods to engage and empower individuals, families, groups and communities to enhance their socio-emotional functioning and overall well-being while facing difficult challenges and complex situations.
We offer referrals and provide interventions on issues surrounding the complexity of literacy, family engagement, mental health, school attendance, grief, post-secondary academic options, alcohol and drug prevention and social emotional learning.
Our goal is to ultimately help people develop skills and ability to use their own resources and those of the community to resolve problems and alleviate challenges that prevent them from being successful.
Wanda Jefferson-Walker, a native of Baltimore, MD, is the Founder and Executive Director of Project Restore Foundation. She is a proud graduate of the University of Maryland, Eastern Shore and holds a master's degree in Social Work from Howard University. Her multifaceted carer as a licensed social worker has spanned over three decades. Her services include Baltimore City DSS, Anne Arundel County DSS, Washington, DC Child and Family Services, Baltimore City Public Schools, and therapist. Mrs. Jefferson-Walker is passionate about serving the community of which she is a part of, and demonstrates that by hosting food giveaways and feeding the homeless. Her ultimate goal, is to uplift residents of Maryland, with a focus on Baltimore City, to make it a better place for all families living here.