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Teen Talks Summit is a gathering of youth in grades 6 through 12 throughout the metro Atlanta area.
Participants learn life-changing skills that help them identify the dangers associated with violence in their communities and empower
them to educate other students about prevention in their local schools and communities.
- Bring a voice to the youth in attendance that they recognize and can identify with in order to raise awareness about dating violence, teen sex trafficking, and violence in our community
- Identify strategies to address the underlying issues connected with dating violence, teen sex trafficking, gang violence and other types of violence in our communities
- Provide resources that will promote protective factors and empower our teens to adequately address violence on every level
- Build future youth leaders who will be making a difference across metro counties and saving lives
ELITE targets twenty ninth grade girls that have entered Stone Mountain with a behavioral contract and/or have been
identified by administrators, counselors, and/or teachers as being at risk due to one or more factors to include: performance one to two levels
below grade level proficiency, behavioral concerns, and family instability. Our program provides group, peer, and e-mentoring. The young ladies
are matched with an adult mentor as well as a peer mentor.
Our vision is to equip the next generation of women with the knowledge needed to make a successful transition from adolescence to adulthood so that they may be strong women of influence throughout the world.
The mission of E.L.I.T.E. is to educate, train, and empower adolescent girls by strengthening their social, relational, and emotional coping skills.
VALOR is a partnership with the DeKalb Regional Youth Detention centers that focuses on providing mentors and resources to the young men incarcerated in the center. Additionally, we will provide a support group to the families of the young men. The official launch will be September 2016! Stay tuned for more details!