THE STREETS DON'T LOVE YOU BACK
Rob and Lucinda started The Streets Don’t Love You Back Organization in 2009 and became a 501-c non-profit in February 2015.
We are committed to helping youth reach their highest potential through a variety of life-transforming programs.
Our Organization is striving to educate the youth against gangs, drugs, violence, and abuse. Our focus is youth empowerment, education and teaching the lifeskills needed to make changes in your life.
Our goal is that our Youth Empowerment Programs,“The Streets Don’t Love You Back” Radio Show, the “The Streets Don't Love You Back TV", our Speaking Engagements, our Lifeskills Intervention Program Mentoring and Giving Back Community Projects will be vehicle's to continually educate and make change. Rob and I believe that through our vision and The Streets Don’t Love You Back Organization we can and will create change and healing for many people in our country. This is our Mission.
TSDLYB Youth Empowerment Program is a process where children and young people are encouraged to take charge of their lives. They do this by addressing their situation and then take action in order to improve their life and transform their consciousness through their beliefs, values, and attitudes. TSDLYB Youth empowerment aims to improve quality of life.
TSDLYB Youth Empowerment Program focuses on processes that enable participation; enhance control through shared decision making; and create opportunities to learn, practice, and increase skills.
Our Youth empowerment program is aimed at creating healthier and higher qualities of life for underprivileged, minority or at-risk youth.
Our six-week Lifeskills Intervention Program includes education and discussions on Substance Abuse Dependency, Making Decisions, Anger Management, Attitude, Behaviors, Problem Solving, Self-Improvement, Setting Goals, Identifying Strengths and Skills.
We are currently teaching the classes in Arizona at the Abels Halfway House's, City of Maricopa Courthouse, Phillips Memorial CME Church Hall in Phoenix, Gila River Boys and Girls Club, Soon to begin in Laveen School System and officially in the Arizona Department of Corrections starting in January 2017. The program is already sent into many prisons nationwide and is available for classes in other states as self-study. We believe that with the right tools you can make positive changes in your life.
In November 2016 we met at the Arizona State Senate with Senator Steve Smith, Director Charles Ryan of ADOC, Senator Catherine Miranda, Art Harding Legislative Liaison and City of Maricopa, Mayor Christian Price. We had the honor to introduce, The Streets Don't Love You Back Lifeskills Intervention Program.
On 12/8/2016 we met with Karen Hellman, ADOC Division Director of education and reentry programs. TSDLYB Lifeskills Intervention program was accepted to be a program in the ADOC. The first class will begin in January, 2017 at the Eyman Prison in Florence, Arizona.
11/2017 The Streets Don't Lifeskills Intervention Program has been accepted as a program in Maricopa County and Pinal County Jails in Arizona.
Rob and Lucinda have received multiple awards and letters of commendation as community leaders from other leaders as well as 27 letters from the White House during this last administration with President Obama and Vice President Biden.
Rob and Lucinda were recipients of a Humanitarian award 2015
2015 and 2016 nominated for Best Non-Profit in the City of Maricopa, AZ
2017 Maricopa Non-Profit of the year award recipients
March 9, 2019 We received the MVCC Community Service Award
September 6, 2019 It was an honor to receive a challenge coin/medallion from PCSO and Sheriff Mark Lamb for the work that we do! Our Lifeskills program in the PCSO Detention Center. Challenge coins are given and carried as a symbol of pride, respect, fellowship and unity amongst the bravest of our society.
Rob and Lucinda are the Executive Producers and Co-Hosts of, The Streets Don't Love You Back Radio Show started in 2009 and Change Reality Show, currently "The Streets Don't Love You Back TV" started in 2009 www.blogtalkradio.com/thestreetsdontloveyouback
Robert D. Boyd Jr.
CEO and Founder of “The Streets Don’t Love You Back” Movement,
Past Executive Producer of The Keep It Real Show, a community TV show on Warner cable in Cincinnati, Ohio for 15 years, Published Author of 2 books, Music Artist, Motivational Speaker, Humanitarian, Activist, Educator
Rob Boyd was featured on Nationwide TV, Gangsters America's Most Evil, Detroit's, Best Friends Episode in March of 2016 and continues to aire.
Former Board of Director at Be Awesome Youth Coalition
Contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lucinda F. Boyd RN
Critical Care Registered Nurse
President and Co-Founder of "The Streets Don't Love You Back" Organization
City of Maricopa Parks, Recreation and Library advisory committee member
Board of Director at Central Arizona College Foundation
Board of Director at Zonta Club of Maricopa
Pinal County Restorative Justice Program Panel Member
Planning Committee Member at Member Teen Court
Creater and Author of The Streets Don't Love You Back Youth Empowerment Program and Lifeskills Intervention Program.
Producer of "The Sons of a Preacher" Documentary
Editor of multiple books including “Real Love II” Memoirs of Beverly Broadus Green, Mother of Hip Hop Icon Calvin Broadus aka Snoop Dogg,
Motivational Speaker, Humanitarian, Activist, Educator
Former Vice President of Phoenix Boys and Girls Center
11/16/2019, Lucinda Boyd was honored at Central Arizona College
with the 2019 Outstanding Alumna Achievement Award
Through “The Streets Don’t Love You Back” Radio Show, the “The Streets Don't Love You Back TV", we share true stories of people who have been involved with gangs, drugs, violence and abuse and how living and/or surviving that life has affected their lives and the lives of others around them. They share how they have changed their life and what they are doing now. We believe that these shows are vehicle's to continually educate and make change.
We have many mentoring programs and community service projects. These include: Feeding the homeless monthly, Ex-offender workshops, Back to school drives, Christmas toy drives, Domestic Violence Awareness program, Goof100 skateboard club, Speaking engagements, Internship and Scholarship programs.
We believe that through our vision and The Streets Don’t Love You Back Movement we can and will create change and healing for many people in our country. This is our Mission.