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Our programs lean into The Chaos Theory by promoting           The Butterfly Effect. We help our students and adults to celebrate their slight changes, because they can result in life-changing differences. An exceedingly slight change in one's life can create a significant positive outcome.

Who We Serve:

  • 13-18 years old

  • Adults 18+ 

  • In-School or Out-of-School suspension

  • Middle School and High School students struggling with at-risk behaviors due to truancy, class disruption, vandalism, leaving class without permission, defiance of authority, disrespect, threats or loitering.

Current Programs

If you are interested in participating in one of our programs, please click the button below to download and complete the waiver form.

90 Miles Exit Right

“90 Miles, Exit Right”: Navigating the Road to Success

This empowering program is tailored to guide teenagers on their voyage towards adulthood. This program serves as a metaphorical journey, representing the myriads of challenges and milestones that teens encounter as they navigate through academic life and into the realm of adulthood.

Self-Assessment and Goal Setting: Participants will engage in introspective self-assessment to understand their current standing and identify their aspirations. By establishing short-term goals and recognizing their immediate needs, teens will lay down the stepping stones towards their envisioned future.

Direction and Autonomy: Our program provides direction while emphasizing the importance of self-governance. Teens will learn to take the wheel, steering their lives with purpose and intent. We believe in equipping our youth with the tools to control their destiny, fostering a sense of autonomy and responsibility.

Roadmap for Success: Through “90 Miles, Exit Right,” teens will draft a personalized roadmap for success, charting a course that aligns with their unique talents, interests, and goals. This roadmap will act as a navigational aid, helping them to stay focused and motivated as they progress through life’s journey.

This 60-minute workshop can be held via Zoom or at your location.

 community comfort closet

This program is an innovative mobile educational program that focuses on providing hygiene resources for girls and boys ages 8-18 years old. Is designed to help remove barriers and improve personal hygiene habits. The goal of this program is to help participants develop a strong sense of self-reliance and self- confidence, reduce school absenteeism.

“Period poverty” is defined by the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials as the lack of access to sanitary products, appropriate facilities (securable restrooms with running water), and medically sound, unbiased information about menstruation.


Complete a request form to 'Book" or 'Request' our staff to visit your youth group's Hygiene workshops.        Hygiene kits are free to youth and teens.

Just-The-Facts: A Family-Centered Educational Initiative

Just-The-Facts is an innovative home-based program that fosters a collaborative learning environment for students and their parents. Our mission is to provide a secure platform where families can engage in research and discover authentic information about the consequences of substance use.

Participation and Creativity: We encourage participants to express their understanding through various creative mediums:

  • 1–2-minute educational PSA videos

  • Informative posters

  • Poetic compositions

  • Recorded puppet shows, and more.

These creations are not just projects; they are conversations starters, offering a chance to win exciting monthly prizes.

Empowerment and Education: Our goal is to enlighten and empower. We aim to enhance students’ knowledge, helping them comprehend the science behind substance use and its potential hazards. Through this understanding, we strive to equip our youth with the tools to make informed decisions.

Community Engagement: The Miles We Walk will facilitate monthly online group chats, creating a community space to discuss and celebrate student submissions. These sessions will not only highlight the creativity of our participants but also amplify their voices across our social media platforms.

Recognition and Rewards: Engagement is key. Students will have the opportunity to earn rewards based on the number of friends and family members who participate in our virtual gatherings. It’s more than a competition; it’s about building a supportive community network.

Join us in this educational journey and be a part of a movement that values knowledge and proactive dialogue in the pursuit of a healthier future for our youth.

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