Jones

Community
Solutions

Is a Black owned small business & social enterprise founded in 2013 specializing in Peer Consultation

JCS is proudly partnered with Washington State Health Care Authority, Providing Certified Peer Counselor Training's

JCS is proudly contracted to provide Community Diversion Programming for community-based services in a variety of areas, including skill building, employment/education, family relationships, peer/community connections and other needs.  The CDP program is designed for people over the age of 18 and have been arrested for first-time, low-level felony property and drug related offenses such as theft, car theft, possessing stolen property/identification/financial information, selling stolen property, damaging property, and drug crimes (delivery or possession with intent to deliver).  With a goal of providing services to reduce any likelihood of further criminal legal involvement.

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Who we are

Jones Community Solutions provides Consultation, Leadership Trainings & Community Hospitality to local organizations and the individuals and communities that utilize their services. With a focus on Intentional Peer Support, we meet you where you are and help you navigate community resources.  Our goal is to provide both short-term and long-term solutions to immediate crisis situations.

2013

Founded In

100%

Social Enterprise

800+

Lives
changed

How it works

Trainings for Individuals, Groups & Organizations include, but are not limited to: Cultural Competency, Intergenerational Trauma, Equity & Culture, Crisis Prevention and Intervention, Trauma Informed Care, Certified Peer Counseling, Continued Education, Leadership Training. We also offer Legislative Advocacy & Forensic Support.

1. We host seminars and workshops designed to address challenging community topics in a safe, friendly, community oriented way.

2. We provide one-on-one Peer Support.

3. We provide hospitality services to individuals, families and organizations.

4. We provide networking and community building opportunities through free programming when available.

How it works

We work with community members that have challenges and barriers that disqualify them or exclude them from receiving traditional kinds of social services. Over the past years, we have helped over 2,000 people receive free cell phones. We've also held donation drives, helped operate a drop-in center, helped people with housing and family reunification, and we've been family to many that have no other. We are proud and honored to do the work we do and we are humbled by it's greater spiritual meaning in our life.

1. We do work with clients that cannot find employment due to homelessness, felony backgrounds, lack of education and lack of transportation, just to name a few challenges. We match employers to employees. We create odd community jobs to provide daily pay.

2. We've held clothing, hygiene, sleeping bag and book drives to support both individuals and local organizations.

3. We provide hospitality services to individuals, families and organizations.

3. We've provided hospitality and project management services to non-profit organizations.

JAIL HEALTH SEVICES

JCS is proudly contracted to provide Community Diversion Programming for community-based services in a variety of areas, including skill building, employment/education, family relationships, peer/community connections and other needs.  The CDP program is designed for people over the age of 18 and have been arrested for first-time, low-level felony property and drug related offenses such as theft, car theft, possessing stolen property/identification/financial information, selling stolen property, damaging property, and drug crimes (delivery or possession with intent to deliver).  With a goal of providing services to reduce any likelihood of further criminal legal involvement.

This project was initiated through a partnership between the King County Office of the Executive, the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, and the Seattle & King County Department of Public Health.

The King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office offered to divert select cases in the non-violent felony category. The plan is to refer the cases through a team of Social Workers in the Seattle & King County Department of Public Health who would conduct a broad needs assessment and make referrals to community based services.

JAIL HEALTH SEVICES

JCS is proudly contracted to provide Community Diversion Programming for community-based services in a variety of areas, including skill building, employment/education, family relationships, peer/community connections and other needs.  The CDP program is designed for people over the age of 18 and have been arrested for first-time, low-level felony property and drug related offenses such as theft, car theft, possessing stolen property/identification/financial information, selling stolen property, damaging property, and drug crimes (delivery or possession with intent to deliver).  With a goal of providing services to reduce any likelihood of further criminal legal involvement.

This project was initiated through a partnership between the King County Office of the Executive, the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, and the Seattle & King County Department of Public Health.

The King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office offered to divert select cases in the non-violent felony category. The plan is to refer the cases through a team of Social Workers in the Seattle & King County Department of Public Health who would conduct a broad needs assessment and make referrals to community based services.

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What we do!

We do many other things, as we are able. It is not, however, what we do, but how we do it! That is the difference. We do work for people living in crisis, and that means responding immediately to client needs. An example of this would be giving someone $20 for gas to get to and from work for the next few days. Or, maybe we will pay someone's cell phone bill for a month, because they need to be able to communicate with doctors or employers or loved ones. Bus tickets, a trip to the grocery store for just enough to last till the next food bank trip, or buying a change of clothes because the ones they are wearing are soiled and it's all they have. We do not fix all of their problems. We just try to make their today a bit easier. You can help us do this more often.

Thank you for your time and have a wonderful life!

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