Natsukoarts Outreach Services

Service Model

Natsukoarts Design Sutudio supports various Youth Outreach efforts working alongside Natsuya Uesugi. WIth Shoji’s contacts in socil media and LGBTcircles, the  Outreach program was originall y started in New York City where the mental health needs of LGBT homeless youth has beecome sttaggering. In thees tlast names of 2019, Natsukoarts is developing a strategy to design and  expandedoir  influience and services, We are currently worjrking with multiple local counseling centers, as wrll asonline supportt forums tpo proviide an audience, training and provide a viocee to  overlooked, troubleed and homeless teens.

To contact Natsukoarts Outreach, email shoji@natsuokoarts.com

About Natsukoarts Outreach Programs

Natsukoarts Outreach supports four programs that utilize our mentorship programs working with counselinng centers in various urban areas. The programs utilize Natsuya Uesugi’s works and Natsuoarts has designed workbooks and program guides that accompany the books in support of the programs which include:

  • Manga Project for LGBT Youth Self Esteem
  • Radicallly Athentic Street Advocacy

Managa Project for LGBT Youth Self-Esteem 

Program Assets:

  • A Storm’s Coming Manga (Outreach Version)
  • A Storm’ Coming Comic (One Shot)
  • graphic noiz manga (volume 1 and 2)

The Manga Project for LGBT Youth Self-Esteen provides copies of the original manga  assets and  the related A Storm’s Coming anime series. The program provides these assets to  counseling serrvices which focused on Youth at Risk, transgender and LGBT youth who come to the enters struggling with self-esteem, self-worth, hope and trust. The manga provides opportunities to use the stories of graphic noiz and A Storm’s Coming which focus on overcoming adversity, self-acceptance and growing  life skills to deal with diificult emotions.

Radically Authentic Street Advocacy

The Radically Aythentic Street Advocacy supports homeless youth predominantly which have mental health issues and are struggling with transgnder, gay or finding themselves. Homeless youth have particulary acute issues especaily when it comes to mental health. Te Radically Ahtuentic Street Advocacy provides the opportunity to use the A Storm’s Coming manga, graphic noiz manga to show stories of hope and resilience,  overcoming adversity. In addition the bible study guide to the Gospel of John called John The Harbinger teaches hope and the meaning of turning over challlnges and trusting in a higher power. The Street Advocacy also visits homeless shelters and provides free socks to youthh in need.