Our services are based on local needs and local ideas.

When people want to bring about positive change in their own lives and in their environment, they reach out to us.

We partner with them, giving the skills and knowledge through tools like these three as well as presentations and school programs.

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ONLINE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS TRAINING

Learn—right from your living room or office chair— the best way to help victims and end domestic violence.

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PARENT/CHILD PLAYGROUPS


Families with children ages zero to three get together to have fun, connect, and learn from one another.

PREVENTION PROJECTS


Teams of people are addressing local substance abuse concerns through creativity and research.

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Youth experience success when they say “no” and stand against alcohol and drugs, glow from spending a few hours a month with a caring mentor, or draw closer to a parent or guardian because they had a tough, but important, conversation.

But other stories do not yet have a successful ending, so local youth still need your help.

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Take the Alley Challenge

Alley Challenge: Be a Friend. Become a Mentor

Help Alley recruit twenty new mentors for Ed-Co youth by Labor Day 2016.

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