In addition to the Community Nature Center and Highlands Center programs, various local nonprofits are helping our young people with extracurricular activities and learning opportunities.
302 Grove Ave in Prescott, a safe place for teens to hang out after
school, do homework, play games and participate in various clubs,
including adventure-based programming, art, community initiatives,
gardening, music, gaming, and life-hacks.
The Launchpad needs funding to complete renovations and make these programs available to teens; a teen center is needed even more acutely with reduced school hours. A capital campaign is ongoing to
finance renovations, and you can join others in support at thelaunchpadteencenter.org. To register for after-school programs call (928) 227-0758, register using the online form and email it to Suzanne@thelaunchapadteencenter.org.
Family Craft, all ages, Fridays 3:00-4:00, free;
Cuentame un Cuento (Spanish Story Time)
All ages, Fridays 3:30-4:30, free, register at
Boys &Girls Clubs of Central Arizona
Affordable after-school programs for youth aged 6-18 in the Quad-Cities area. Its award-winning programs are designed to change the lives of young people in four areas: Fun With a Purpose, Academic Success, Good Character and Citizenship, and Healthy Choices. Application fee $25, register at bgccaz.org.
Prescott Clubhouse – Steve at firstname.lastname@example.org
Prescott Valley Clubhouse – Rhonda at email@example.com
Chino Valley Teen Center– Charlie at firstname.lastname@example.org