Our mission is to reduce and prevent at-risk behavior and to strengthen the social and emotional well-being of Tri-Town youth. We collaborate with parents, schools, youth, law enforcement, community organizations and area resources to identify needs and provide proactive solutions which support and empower youth to make healthy and safe decisions.
Through our student workshops, adult education programs, after-school enrichment and sponsored programs, we reach thousands of students, parents & educators each year.
Here’s a little more info...during 7 after-school sessions, you and your high school mentor will play games, do some arts & crafts and, most importantly, have lots of opportunity to spend time together. Commitment to the following dates is required: December 14, January 11, February 1, March … [Read More...]
Great opportunity for Teen Boys, Grades 10 -12, to take on a mentor/leader role with a younger boy (grades 5 and 6 from the Tri-Town). Informational meeting on 10/24 (Tuesday) from 2:20 - 2:45 in the fishbowl (just down the hall from the HS library) More info here: Boy Mentoring 2017 Info Meeting … [Read More...]
TONIGHT!! Don't Miss it! Social Media:Exploring Strategies that Support & Empower Girls to be their Authentic Selves! A Mother (or special adult) & Daughter Program for Grades 5, 6, 7 & 8
October 17, 2017 7pm-8:30pm - at the Howe Manning School Presentation by Michelle Cove, Founder & Executive Director of MEDIAGIRLS, teaching middle-school girls how to harness the power of media for positive change.