Mission & History


    Statement of Purpose  

    UnseenXS is a nonprofit community services organization linking families and individuals of underprivileged communities to services and support as needed or requested throughout the United States.  Our focus is to provide quality services at no out of pocket expense to the client preserving client dignity and empowering client initiative.

   The United States has an ever growing diverse population of underprivileged communities with limited or no access to the necessary resources for quality of life and sustained dignity.  In particular, Stockton, California has one of the most diverse populations with many underprivileged communities.  Underprivileged communities in the Stockton area are underserved, due in part to limited access to available resources in the Stockton area, as well as the lack of knowledge on behalf of underprivileged community members of resources available to them.  Currently, there are approximately 301,090 people living in the city of Stockton (City of Stockton, 2013).  Of that 301,090, approximately two-thirds of the population are people of color (City of Stockton, 2013).  Additionally, of that same 301,090 people, approximately 24% of the population are below the poverty line, approximately 19% of the total population living below the poverty line are families (United States Census, 2010).  Further defining the population below the poverty line in Stockton, approximately 33% are children under the age of 18 and approximately 12% are individuals age 65 or older (United States Census, 2010).


    "Our mission is to give individuals the controlling of their own growing for a lifetime habit of self-discipline.  Providing individuals with ownership of the following statement:
The best of my being is the UnseenXS



    UnseenXS is a nonprofit public benefit corporation, structured as a charitable organization, established with the California Secretary of State March 05, 2014.  Program expansion is always under development into multiple areas of community service needs.  Such areas of community service needs are inclusive of, but not limited to, community awareness, clinical counseling services, community development, community support, mental health services and support, and transition age youth services and support.