Our programming not only supports the youth, but we also serve adults through our resources and mentorship, discipleship opportunities, and sports.
We believe that we are “better together” when we work together. We see the impacts in everything we do. And we invite you to explore and learn more about how you can attend or participate in any of our programs supporting our Colorado Springs community.
A school-based mentoring program for middle school youth offering mentorship that benefits from a highly structured environment, educational tutoring, and character development.
Designed for those who are facing a transition from prison (structured community) back into our city neighborhoods (unstructured community).
A competitive, energizing alternative to the streets.
We are providing a competitive, energizing alternative to the streets. This weekly outreach offers the community a safe environment to connect, build, and establish positive relationships and bring hope and encouragement to a disconnected culture.
The HUB (Holy United Brotherhood) is a discipleship group and leadership development program for men of all ages. We believe that real leadership ability comes from a strong character and that leaders with integrity are made, not born.
The Falcons Nest
We want to change the response from fight to flight.
We want to change the response from fight to flight – giving a disgruntled youth the opportunity to walk away from an altercation to a safe space. In the Falcons Nest, we offer full-time tutoring help, meditation, a listening ear, and a place to seek calm. Instead of detention, we aim to create a productive environment to shift mindset.
Available in Fall 2019 at Carmel Middle School in SE Colorado Springs.
WeighOut Hoops Youth Basketball Academy
We believe character is everything.
Our middle school youth basketball academy is designed to develop strong characteristics in the lives of young athletes. Basketball offers opportunities for youth development in the areas of time management, goal setting, and persistence.
Juvenile Justice & support
Cognitive self-change, social skills, and problem-solving skills
We work with and stress interpersonal communication skills development with our juveniles in order to confront thought patterns that can lead to problematic behaviors and break the cycle—keeping at-risk youth and juveniles out of detention.
Parents on a Mission
Parents on a Mission is a program built to equip parents and parent mentors to connect with their children and harness love, respect, and loyalty.
Available in 2020 at Carmel Middle School in SE Colorado Springs.