Our Youth Services




What We Offer


Residents are also required to attend house meetings. These are typically evening meetings, up to four times per month, in which professionals and community members speak to the group about resources, programs and life skills education. Some meeting topics include:




  • Healthy Relationships

    Lessons include Sexual Health Education and Safe Dating

  • Cultural Competency Workshop

  • Money Management

    Lessons include Cooking on a Budget and Housing Search

  • Computer Training

  • Independent Daily Living

  • Arts and Crafts

  • House Field Trips

    (we visit entertainment venues in the City of Twin Falls)

  • Employment Preperation

    Lessons include Career Paths, Employment Skills, and College Prep.

  • Health and Nutrition

    Lessons include Basic Nutrition, First Aid & CPR, Staying Healthy, Medical and Dental Care, and Personal Hygiene


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Bringing out the Best in our Youth

Leadership Development Series for young men and women including:


 
 
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  • Building Bonds

  • Developing Powerful Capacities

  • Identifying our Filters and Perspectives

  • Communication

  • Commitment and Community Support

  • Drug Prevention Education

  • Basic Household Maintenance

  • Financial Management & Budgeting

  • Transportation

  • Community Recourses Connection

  • Hygiene and Personal Care


The maximum length of stay for each youth differs, but it varies between 18-24 months. Aftercare for residents exiting the program is provided for up to one year, helping to reinforce skills, provide additional support and access to resources, and ensure stable, long-term housing for the youth in our region.