Maslow Project is a goal-oriented resource center serving homeless and at-risk for homeless youth, school-aged through 21. They provide basic needs, as well as on-site access to a variety of services from community partners. Maslow Project helps youth establish educational, employment, and personal development goals while providing wrap-around case-management services to assist youth in attaining those goals. Maslow Project’s mission is to help youth build strong foundations by fostering self-sufficiency, removing barriers to services and education, and providing centralized access to resources. They are committed to treating youth and families with integrity, compassion, and respect. Through community collaboration, the project empowers youth to grow into healthy, productive, and independent members of society.