Youth Programming and Services for people in need in the Minnesota counties of Chisago, Isanti, Kanabec, Pine, and Mille Lacs.

Youth Programs (Teen Centers)

Family Pathway’s Youth Program is a strong source of support which helps participants develop the skills and abilities necessary to lead economically independent and healthy lives as adults. Teen Centers are drop-in after school site-based mentoring programs that serve youth in grades six through twelve. Staff and volunteers serve as daily mentors as well as coaches of youth for peer to peer role modeling. Healthy relationships, substance abuse prevention, and career development are the major focus areas of the program. Staff use the latest in evidence-based curriculums and adhere to best practices in the field of youth development.

Learning skills while having fun!

Teen Centers in Forest Lake, North Branch, and Princeton offer programs led by professional, youth development experts balancing education with interesting, meaningful, and fun activities that keep teens engaged and coming back.

Family Pathways Career development programming for youth in Chisago, Isanti, Pine, Kanabec, and Mille Lacs counties of Minnesota.Career Development

Individualized career development program
Resume help
Mock job interviews
Job shadowing


Helping youth develop healthy relationships is just part of the youth programming offered by Family Pathways  throughout the Minnesota counties of Mille Lacs, Isanti, Pine, Kanabec, and Chisago.Healthy Relationships and Safe Dates

Bystander intervention
Domestic violence prevention
Safe date curriculum
Coaching boys into men

Substance Abuse and Prevention programs for youth are offered throughout the Minnesota counties of Chisago, Mille Lacs, Pine, Isanti, and Kanabec by Family Pathways.Substance Abuse and Prevention

Hazelden program
Support groups
Substance abuse coalition
‘Above the Influence’

Youth Program Volunteers

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