Healthy families are the roots of a healthy community. The Partnership Project, designed in 1994, nurtures young families so they can thrive. Through our home visiting program families receive parent education, life skills, assistance accessing community resources and encouragement to grow.
The Child Advancement Project, established in 1989, matches nurturing community volunteers who provide support and encouragement to children grades K-12. These mentors work one-on-one with children to increase academic and social competency and to enhance opportunities for academic challenge. They help students establish meaningful goals and develop a belief in their individual uniqueness and their ability to shape their own futures.
A grass-roots initiative whose mission is "to empower girls to embrace their future, confident about their individuality, supported by friends, parents, and mentors and secure in their ability to lead and to achieve self-sufficiency, fulfillment and success. Together, we plan an annual conference for 8th-12th grade girls across Montana, and participate in community service projects, discussions and team building activities.