Our mission is to provide a "family of support" to homeless youth who have aged out of foster care and other at-risk young people lacking guidance as they transition to adulthood.
Survive our participants can eat a hot meal, get a change of clothes, take a shower, get groceries or snack pack for those on the streets, and experience a "safe place" to rest. Thrive encouraging these young adults to participate in job and life skill classes. We offer monthly classes in computer and resume skills, cooking and woodworking. Our life skill classes include grocery shopping on a budget and hygiene classes. One of our goals is to offer "real life" training and job experiences, such as working a concert or fundraiser alongside our staff, serving coffee once a month at a local church, moving a neighbor, lawn and garden work and more. We offer gift cards as incentives and use to teach, mentor and encourage good work ethics. Thrive provides a weekly worship service for all ages as well as a men’s and women’s bible study. Children of parents who attend are invited to a special kids church experience. We also offer a weekly recovery group for adults of all ages who struggle with addictions.