Life Skills X GOLF Program

Our Life Skills program helps young men, ages 14-24, end cycles of poverty, substance abuse, limiting beliefs and unresolved traumas. The objective of this program is to help them build self-confidence & become self-aware; learn how to interact with authority figures such as parents, school officials and the police and improve decision-making, communication and social skills through enriching activities.

Learn How To

Resolve conflict before it escalates.

Properly manage money and build credit.

Utilize time management skills to set & achieve goals.

Communicate effectively so you feel heard.

Apply critical thinking skills to problem-solve.

Avoid the pitfalls of premature fatherhood.

Program participants are eligible to receive bus passes and financial assistance to support obtaining their 

GED, Driver’s License or State ID. 


We have partnered with First Tee, a 501 nonprofit organization that teaches children life skills through purposed golf lessons. First Tee is committed to diversity and inclusion as a standard practice of their program, and they understand the importance of exposing youth to experiences they may have never considered. Golf is more than a sport; it is a key to many social and professional locks. Deals, large and small, entrepreneurial to political, are determined over the course of 9 or 18 holes. The sport of golf also introduces strategy and multitasking, while managing one’s temperament to recover quickly for the next obstacle. These are invaluable skills that could potentially change the trajectory of our participants life.

The Cycle Ends Here

Teen Life Skills program participants are screened for mental health and housing instability then linked to the appropriate services as needed.

Cuyahoga County residents currently incarcerated in the Ohio Department of Youth Services or Cuyahoga County Juvenile Detention Center preparing to return home are also eligible to receive services.

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