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A generous endowment from
Janet E. Phillips
Local youth serving organizations like Urban Peak and Mile High United Way links
Mentee/Mentor Mixers provide a fun, casual environment to get to know oneanother, build community and meet new friends...
According to the well-documented Maslow's Heirarchy of Needs we know that people are motivated to achieve certain needs, and that some needs take precedence over others. When one need is fulfilled a person seeks to fulfill the next one. One must satisfy basic needs for food, water and shelter before progressing on to meet higher level growth needs and desires. The Colorado Teen Project wants to serve our youth where they are...
Housing is a basic need.
Exploring options to create permanent affordable housing for individuals under-served by the private market is critical to helping youth in transition access and sustain permanent housing. This approach has the benefit of being consistent with what most people experiencing homelessness want and seek help to achieve. The Federal government's Housing First Program is an approach we support that centers on providing youth in transition with housing and providing mentoring, life skills, case management, employment training and mindfulness training as needed.
Project Build Program...
Mentor Trainings provide resources and tools to set you up for success while building community with other mentors. We'll share ideas to build trust and rapport, goal-setting strategies, effective communication techniques and more relevant topics
CTP Mentor Training
May 10th - 12-1pm
'Creating Healthy Boundaries - Pt. 1' with SAFY of CO
CTP Mentee/Mentor Mixer
May 24th - 12-1pm
'Creating Healthy Boundaries - Pt. 2' with SAFY of CO
CTP Informational Mixer
Monday, June 19th
The CTP Stop @ Connects Workspace
1301 Arapahoe Street, #105 - Golden, CO
Friday, October 27th
Please RSVP for all events so we know you're coming!
The Colorado Teen Project is lighting the path for a brighter future
Informational Mixers are designed to help you learn more about The Colorado Teen Project; who we are and how to get involved. Whether you are interested in mentoring, volunteering or collaborating...
Be a role model,
friend and source of support...
The Colorado Teen Project is a proud member of
The National Mentoring Parnership
Creating community to build healthy, supportive and empowering relationships...
Join our team to affect youth aging out of foster care and those experiencing homelessness
The Colorado Teen Project
Lighting the path from foster care to independence
Artist mentorship offering exploration through spoken word, photography, dance, and performance art...
We are exploring options to build permanent supportive housing for under-served youth ...
The Colorado Teen Project advocates for youth aging out of foster care and those experiencing homelessness. The youth we serve can take advantage of community building and support, creating a bridge where foster care leaves off. Our youth mentoring program is designed to match each young adult with a sustainable mentor. We all need someone who cares.