In 1994 approximately 40 million individuals were classified as living in poverty (U.S. Census 1998), which is the root cause of other social malaise. IMO embraces challenges faced by abused children, homelessness, substance abuse, human trafficking and responds with love and compassion through developing schemes and mediums that integrates them into a comprehensive prevention program which helps to reinforce civility, community, good character, confidence, and as well promote positive development and resilience in them, through enhancing their competence, sense of autonomy and purpose. International Missions Outreach (IMO) establish appropriate connections and programs for indigent, poor, vulnerable children and youth who are struggling to overcome their negative circumstances as result of both lack or limited resources, opportunities and access. IMO gives hope to hopeless children by sharing the gospel and providing supplementary quality educational programs that has the potential of redeeming the academic, social poverty and deficiencies already incurred and inflicted upon their lives of which they were not the cause. These training equip them to be useful and independent to support themselves to have a healthy future outside crime.