to take action in their own lives and communities
our impact in 2020
2020 was a year filled with unprecedented hardships and new experiences that nobody knew how to properly navigate. During this time, TASC was still open and continuously being creative in ways to help teens manage through the pandemic.
hours of individual counseling in 2020 through Restore
art packs were distributed through our Arts & Culture Programming
teens were in need of life skills mentorship and clothing & housing resources through Thrive
babies were provided with physical resources through First Steps
hours of community service projects were completed
Volunteers & Contributors
what we do
Our priority at TASC throughout all of our programs and community partnerships is to enrich and empower the whole teen. From creative thinking to life skills to mental health, teens can find something that resonates with them.
to empower teens to take action in their own lives and communities.
Young people are strong, intelligent, and talented in unique and powerful ways.
Young people can and do make valuable contributions to their communities and schools.
Young people have the ability to take control of their future.
TASC is a safe and inviting environment where youth, parents, community members and staff work together to provide support and opportunity for teens and their families.
We ENCOURAGE teens to reach their full potential through practical learning experiences.
We EMPOWER teens to take control of their futures through counseling and mentoring.
We CONNECT teens to their communities through resources and service opportunities.
Join us for a College Night on October 5th from 5-7pm at our locations in Springdale and Rogers!
We will have representatives from local colleges to talk about admissions, program offerings, and more. Teens can also sign up for help with FAFSA & college prep.
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our partners & sponsors
- Arvest Bank
- Cardinals Care/St. Louis Cardinals
- Jones Trust
- Sunderland Foundation
- United Way
- Indoff Interiors
- Tracy Hillis