Carpe Diem is a 15 hour program specifically designed for college students who have been charged by law enforcement with an alcohol violation and offered a first offender’s deferred prosecution by the District Attorney’s Office.
This multipurpose recreation center offers an indoor pool, gymnasium, climbing wall and meeting room. Outside are basketball and bocce ball courts, playground, Gene Strowd Community Rose Garden with gazebo, compost demonstration site, walking trails and picnic tables. Outside areas on first come basis. Inside areas can be rented.
The Ronald McDonald House of Chapel Hill is a beacon of hope for more than 2,000 families that travel to Chapel Hill each year for their child’s treatment at area hospitals. The House provides a setting for family and community to flourish, and offers caring and support to families struggling with a child’s illness.
School Social Workers/Family Specialists play a crucial role in the CHCCS district by removing barriers to children’s academic, social and emotional success through our work with students, families, school faculty/staff, and community support agencies.
The Coalition is an alliance of organizations, individuals and other stakeholders who work collaboratively to prevent underage drinking and teen drug use by advancing education, strategic enforcement and effective policies and initiatives.
Teens Climb High (TCH) is a teen empowerment program for middle school girls focused on evidence based pregnancy prevention curriculum. Serves: Middle School Female Students of Color Scope: 35 Students (as of May 2011) Services: Sex Education Size: 1 full-time staff, 2 interns, 3 volunteers Structure: Run by the Compass Center for Women and Families, the program serves Smith and Phillips Middle Schools.
IYF is a mix of undocumented and documented youth from all over Carrboro and Chapel Hill, North Carolina. We aim to provide supportive and safe place that you can come to when you are in need. We are committed to action and change, by keeping a vigilant eye on laws being passed that affect our community.
In the fall of 2011, the founders of Triangle Bikeworks partnered with several organizations including, the Carrboro Bike Coalition and the Town of Carrboro Recreation and Parks to hold the first ever Kidical Mass event in North Carolina. Since that first successful event we’ve held it each spring and fall.
Outdoor experiences and discovery in the natural world are fundamental to children’s learning, well-being, creativity and health. By providing quality indoor and outdoor learning environments, we give children the structures they need to explore, discover and learn.
Nathan Ligo founded “The Society for the Betterment of the Human Condition through the Training, Instruction and Propagation of Budo Karate” in 1999. Ligo Dojo of Budo Karate (a d.b.a. name for the same 501.c.3 nonprofit) opened its first dojo (karate school) in Durham in 2006 and a second one in Chapel Hill in 2011. Our dojos are open to the general public and membership fees are on a sliding scale. We utilize grant funds to support our general mission and youth outreach.