Welcome To: ToTouch One
ToTouch One (TTO) a 501 (C) (3) non-profit organization founded by James Haynes in July 2010. TTO provides vocational training
and essential skills training for at-risk youth and young adults who find themselves in
high risk situations and returning citizens who were formerly incarcerated. TTO
is committed to support their reentry efforts back into their community and
help them to obtain fulltime employment. Only through innovative educational
techniques, essential skills (life and soft) and full-time employment will at-risk
youth, young adults and returning citizens have an opportunity to have a sense of
individual responsibility and commitment to accomplish great things for
themselves, their families and community.
TTO focuses on four elements:
Life/Soft Skills Services – personal counseling, mentoring and job retention training.
Education Services - GED and/or High School diploma aid.
Vocational Training - teaching job skills like Computer Programming, Call Desk and Culinary to name a few.
Jobs - we are committed to finding our clients employment and providing pre-screened qualified workers for local businesses.
Over the past few years TTO have built strong partnerships with Contra Costa County Youth and Family
Services, Wellness City Challenge, West County Workforce Investment Network, West Contra Costa
Partnership Group, Community Violent Solutions, West Contra Costa Adult and
Continuing Education, Contra Costa College, Richmond YouthWorks, The Wright
Institute, Rubicon, Mission High School of San Francisco, New Covenant World Ministries and other non-profit,
governmental agencies and local business.
Support Programs, Services and Seminars:
TTO provides training for at-risk youth, young adults and returning citizens to become self-determined, independent, profitable and productive citizens within their communities. TTO also provides specially designed life/soft skill seminars to local school districts and businesses to provide income to support operating cost.