Teaching kids to support each other leads to healthier families
August 2019 Newsletter

Being there for each other creates capable kids

Family-centered homes allow youth to build both self-esteem and respect for others. In our zeal to raise healthy, active kids, the family sometimes gets left behind. Teach kids to encourage their siblings' and parents' activities.

Thursday, Oct 3, at 5 p.m.

Vaudeville Theater in Glenwood
Join us!

Four local teen teams:
2019 mural project, Brazilian Jujitsu, dance and music.

Vote for your favorite team by October 3.
YouthZone alumni brings life's lessons learned
back to kids in Rifle

Billy Williams, owner of Flex Family Fitness, uses his gym to help kids live up to their full potential. He tells the kids they can do or be anything they want to if they put their heart and mind into it.

YouthZone Restorative Justice
Volunteer Training

Are you interested in supporting
YouthZone's Restorative Justice program
by sitting in on circles as community members,
facilitating the circles,
and helping with office tasks?

Please stop by the YouthZone office
and pick up an application.

Please call Karen Barbee
Tall Cop
Aspen High School
November 7
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Coal Ridge High School
November 8
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Tall Cop Says Stop™ was created by Officer Jermaine Galloway, an Idaho law enforcement officer.
Regarded as one of America’s top experts
in various drug and alcohol trends,
he has specialized in underage drinking and drug enforcement for more than 15 years.

YouthZone Wish List

We need to update kitchen appliances. Can you help?

  • Refrigerator
  • ADA Compliant Dishwasher

We Couldn't Do It Without You!