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Legs in Jeans

Alive Youth Advocacy 

Walking In Purpose

Our 
Services

Mentorship 

  • Resilience

  • Social emotional intelligence

  • School performance

  • Family & peer relationships

  • Growth mindset

  • Deeper sense of purpose & belonging

  • Confidence & Self-esteem

  • Overall well-being

  • Positive decision making

  • Leadership skills

Health and Well-Being

  • High risk behaviors

  • Unhealthy habits and choices

  • Common teen pitfalls

  • Unhealthy relationships

  • Poor mental health

  • Misuse of social media/technology

  • Giving in to peer pressure 

  • Healthy Habits

Life Skills

  • Effective Communication

  • Critical Thinking and Problem Solving 

  • Team Building and Time Management

  • Career and College  Readiness

  • Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship

Parenting Skills

  • Preparing for Parenthood

  • Responsible Parenting

  • Health and Safety Measures

  • Conflict Resolution

  • Parenting and Technology

About us

Designed to Engage and Encourage the younger generation to find themselves and lead in purpose. 

We provide peer support to adolescents with tools that provide self-esteem, confidence, and a deeper understanding of empathy.

We offer teen activities, classes, and educational opportunities to help teens learn about the real truths of life. We are open to topics that support discussion on mental wellness, reduce stigma, and share resources. Our support groups can provide a safe and supportive environment for teens to connect with others who may be facing similar struggles. We are determined to help as many teens as possible and provide them with the support they need to succeed into adulthood.

Support Group

A Safe Place

 

Creating a safe environment for youth is essential for their overall well-being and development. While specific statistics may vary based on factors such as geographical location, socioeconomic status, and cultural context, some general trends and principles highlight the importance of a safe environment for youth. 

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