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Build community.

In Step Two, adults learn more about budgeting, personal and relationship development, goal setting, and more. There is a community of support, including staff, volunteers, and other participants that inspires lasting change with the goal of long term stability.

1. Show up every Tuesday night from 5:45 until 8:15 p.m. for one year.

2. Eat dinner and fellowship with other StepUp participants, staff, and volunteers.

3. Earn incentives.

4. Take classes in budgeting, managing emotions, goal setting, conflict resolution.

5. Work with your staff case manager and co-partner, who serves as a mentor.

6. Celebrate your success at graduation!

 

INTERESTED?

Contact Cynthia Aytch

 

 
 
 

Grow and learn. 

Children (birth-16) are required to come with their parents, and young adults (16-21) can come if they are interested, whether or not their parents are involved in the program. They will receive similar training as the adults, on age appropriate levels. The program is designed to teach resiliency, promote school advocacy, and empower children to be their best. Bring your child(ren) with you on Tuesday nights, where they will:

1. Eat dinner and fellowship with other StepUp children, staff, and volunteers.

2. Play games and do fun, structured activities.

3. Get homework help, gain exposure to the arts and etiquette, and more!

4. Learn the same life skills as you, on age-appropriate levels.

5. Celebrate their success at graduation!

 

INTERESTED? 

Contact Colisha C. Stanford

 

Find your potential.

The Real World program is designed for young adults (ages 16-21). The free program focuses on four core areas: communication skills, post-secondary education, decision making skills, and professionalism skills. We want to create a safe place for you to experience the real world. Here’s what you can expect:

1. Show up on Tuesday nights from 5:45-8:15.

2. Build community over dinner.

3. Participate in an opening activity.

4. Set goals and work toward achieving them.

5. Learn in interactive and practical ways how to be a successful young adult.

6. Celebrate your success at graduation!

 

INTERESTED? 

Contact Phylicia Barr