The Drop-in Center is a place where young adults, ages 16-24, can spend their time learning the tools necessary to make a successful transition to adulthood in a fun, stigma-free environment. Services are provided in a supportive group environment and include structured activities that assist our young adults in obtaining goals related to education, employment, understanding mental and behavioral health, coping skills, and living skills.
“The SPOT” Drop-In Center is an inclusive space for emerging adults to learn life skills through enrichment activities, social outings and individual coaching sessions. Further mental health resiliency is developed by strengthening self-advocacy abilities.
Life Skill and Support services include: employment planning, GED preparation, college readiness, tutoring, drivers education, healthy meals & snacks
Enrichment activities include: expressive art therapy, music therapy, singing and songwriting tutorials, yoga, fitness and movie days.
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday 9:00 A.M. – 6:00 P.M.
Tapping into Creativity
Youth and young adults at the Drop-In Center have been working with CHRIS 180 staff to learn aspects of filmmaking, editing, and acting. Below are some examples of their creative projects.
“Maria’s Story” by Kezia
“Hey Friend” by Ivan and Coach Malcolm