Perry County Community Task Force
The Out of School program was originally developed to help those who had dropped out of school, but has expanded to help those who are still in school and need further assistance with life skills. The purpose is to help youth set goals, complete their education, learn skills to obtain a job, and much more!
This program is designed to help families interact with one another and become a closer family unit. Youth of all ages are encouraged to attend our free monthly activities with their family members. We also provide parent information sessions throughout the year.
This program is a support and educational group for youth between the ages of 12 and 15. Participants in this group are those who may have substance abuse issues and/or questions.
This program is a support and educational group for youth between the ages of 16 and 21. Participants in this group are those who may have substance abuse issues and/or questions.
This program, designed for girls ages 13-16+, helps with positive choices leading toward a safe, healthy, and productive future.
This program is for all schools in Perry County, who desire prevention and life skills training services for seventh through tenth grade.
This annual conference is for all Perry County eighth graders to help them acquire additional resistance skills prior to entering the bigger arena of high school.
This program, for Perry County 4-6 year old children, is designed to help children develop resiliency skills and acquire early information about healthy choices.
The CHAMPS mentoring program combines individual mentoring with life skills trainings, opportunities for service to others, healthy alternatives, and leadership training.
This annual conference is for all high school juniors and seniors in Perry County. The purpose of the conference is to help them make responsible and healthy choices especially during the high-risk time of prom/graduation.