The Richmond Teen Center is a community-based nonprofit organization in Richmond, Kentucky. We work to provide quality after-school programming options to Madison County’s Middle & High School students.
Our Mission is to provide a safe, secure, and quality after-school program to the youth in Richmond, Kentucky. The Richmond Teen Center targets youth ages 11-18 with the goals of reducing delinquent activity and providing opportunities for students to learn and develop healthy lifestyle habits.
Location: Betty Miller Park Building, 325 N Estill Ave; Richmond, KY
Applications can be obtained at Madison County Schools, Richmond Parks & Recreation or CLICK HERE. Completed applications can be dropped off/mailed to 345 Lancaster Ave, emailed to email@example.com or faxed to (859) 624-0376.
Public Transit: During the school year, Madison County Public Schools provides transportation to the Richmond Teen Center from Caudill, Madison and Clark-Moores Middle Schools. Parents are required to pick up their children no later than 6:30 PM.
For More Information: Please contact the Richmond Parks and Recreation Department at (859) 623-8753.
The Richmond Teen Center is now providing a mentoring program for Middle & High School students in Madison County starting Tuesday, September 28th, 2021. This service will be provided by Reggie Hanson of Hanson Coaching and David Townsend of The Home of Opportunities & Dreams.
Reggie Hanson will be providing interactive workshops to cover the following topics:
Personal accountability, leadership, decision making & problem-solving, workplace etiquette, mental health awareness, design your life purpose, 8-step goal setting plan, financial accountability, conflict resolution and diversity & inclusion.
Questions? Please call (859) 623-8753 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Home of Opportunities and Dreams: The HOOD’s goals are focused on programs and services that will empower and educate the youth and families being served. The purpose of education and empowerment is to help at-risk youth and vulnerable young adults build a positive self-esteem, improve their self-image, and enhance their self-worth; while increasing personal responsibility for actions and behaviors.
Programs & Services include: Volunteerism, Mentoring, Advocacy, Assessments, Partnering, Family Services, Case Management, Transitional Services, and Group Psycho-Social Education.
The Richmond Teen Center is always looking for community volunteers or students looking for internships. Check out the list below of opportunities!
- Recreation Activities Coordinator
Interested in helping out? Call (859) 623-8753. or email email@example.com