Emergency Food Program
We are considered an emergency food provider. We provide families with
a food box once a month. We participate in the angel food
ministries. If you would like to feed a family the cost is $25.00 per
In addition to providing food, we allow the families and individuals
the opportunity to shop for clothing they are in need of. We do this
through the use of gift cards from Walmart, Target, Kmart or any other
discount store. If you would like to help click
- Stepping Stones - weekly dance, art and music classes for young
beginners (ages 3-12) with a focus on reading, writing and drawing to
create movement from topics pertinent to youth.
- Junior Company - young performers (ages 8-12) who take their message
into the community promoting respect for others, determination, patience
and a commitment to dance as a means of individual expression.
- Men in Motion - teaches workplace values and displine in young men.
- Apprentice Corporation - intensive training for serious students
(ages 13-18) that uses the discipline of various forms to teach problem
solving and critical thinking. Ninety percent of Apprentice corporation
program graduates continue on to college or technical school.
- School Arts - in-school solutions for helping children learn and
resolve conflicts. MITS offers teacher training, workshops,
residencies and performances to assist in the learning process.
- Mentoring Program - students paried with adults volunteers who act
as positive role models assisting children with homework, college
perparation and exposing them to new educational and cultural
experiences. Seventy-five percent of students who were matched in
the program for six months or more last year either improved their
grades or maintained a straight A average.
We provide counseling for any and all youth or adults. We
currently need your help sponsoring those in need of
12 Step Programs
is rampant in our society. We are going to launch one of our newest
programs in the near future, more details to
Adopt -A-Grandparent Program
The Adopt-A-Grandparent Program seeks to enhance the lives of seniors
through Companionship, Health and Wellness, Community Involvement and
Spiritual Growth and Healing producing empowered, healthy, laughter-prone
The Adopt-A-Grandparent Program is the ideal forum to exercise your
gifts of loving, listening and caring for others. If you have a love
for the older generation, here is an opportunity to use your creativity in
service, even if you have no prior experience. The main requirement
of your volunteer position with Adopt-A-Grandparent is to learn how to
receive the gifts the seniors give you. This is an art that takes
some doing since most of us are much better givers than receivers.
There are three options for volunteer opportunities with
Adopt-A-Grandparent. They are: a Friend, an On-Call Driver or a
- Summer camp - Takin It To The Streets Summer Day camp provides
academics, creative, recreational, social and spiritual enrichment for
children seven weeks during the summer. Campers are able to
participate in field trips, overnight excursions and extracurricular
- Worship and fellowship - Takin It To The Streets staff, neighbors
and friends gather each month for dinner, worship and fellowship.
This gathering is the spiritual center by connecting our faith with our
- Athletic Teams - Takin it To The Streets participates in a variety
of youth sports leagues, in basketball, soccer, basketball, softball and
- Kid's Club - Takin It To The Streets Kid's Club is hosted in
neighborhood homes weekly and provides small group discipleship for
children. Kids participate in a snack, craft, Bible lesson and
occasional field trips.