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Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Central Piedmont

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Central Piedmont's mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring professional supported one-on-one relationships that changes their lives for the better forever.  To read more about the programs available for the children enrolled or to learn how to volunteer to be a Big Brother or Sister, visit the Big Brothers Big Sister website.
Visit the website | 336-882-4167
Hours: Call or visit website for more information about programs and how to volunteer.

Tags: Children , Enrichment Opportunities

BOTSO Mentoring- BOTSO Mentoring Services

Brothers Organized to Serve Others (BOTSO) is committed to empowering male youth through mentorship. The mentoring program serves at-risk and court-involved young men, ages 10-17 years old. Mentors work with the young men and their families to instill life and pro-social skills, provide support, and reduce disciplinary problems. 


Visit the website | 336-802-1839
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information.


Tags: Children , Crisis Support

Boys & Girls Club of Greater High Point Inc.

The Boys & Girls Club of Greater High Point Inc. inspires and enables all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens. Boys & Girls Club is a youth development organization serving school aged children, from the ages of 6 - 18, at five sites with after-school and summer programs.


Visit the website | 336-882-2582
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:30 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children , After School Care, Child Care, Summer Programs, Academic Support, Enrichment Opportunities

Children's Home Society of North Carolina - Family Preservation Program

The primary goal of the Family Preservation program is to keep families intact by preventing the removal of children from their homes. Preservation services are provided for a period of 28 days, 10 hours per week, with a minimum of 40 service hours to address the unique needs of the family and help them create a more stable home for their child. 


Visit the website | 1-800-632-1400
Hours:

See website to make a referral. 


Tags: Children, Crisis Intervention

Children's Home Society of North Carolina - Foster Parent Training

The Foster Parent Training program provides assistance, information, and support for new foster parents looking to ease the transition and better care for their foster child. 


Visit the website | 1-800-632-1400
Hours:

Call or see website for more information.


Tags: Children , Crisis Support

Children's Home Society of North Carolina - Parenting Under Two Roofs

The Parenting Under Two Roofs program is designed to help divorced or never-married parents learn how to cooperate and mediate conflict. This program focuses on communication strategies that will help create stable home environments for children. 


Visit the website | 336-553-1281
Hours:

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Tags: Children , Crisis Support

Children's Home Society of North Carolina - Wise Guys®

The Wise Guys® program focuses on empowering young men by encouraging them to examine their values, set goals, and redefine what manhood means through meaningful dialogue. Designed specifically for middle school and high school aged young men, they can bond with their peers and form healthy perceptions of what it means to be a man in the safe space created by this program. 


Visit the website | 1-800-632-1400
Hours:

Call or see website for more information.


Tags: Children , Enrichment Opportunities

Children's Home Society of North Carolina- HealthySteps

The HealthySteps program provides support and guidance for parents of children under the age of 3. HealthySteps specialists will partner with pediatric providers to assist in providing information to parents to ensure their infant is receiving the best care possible.


Visit the website | 1-800-632-1400
Hours:

Call or see website for more information.


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities, Enrichment Opportunities

D-UP Basketball Fundamentals and Skills Training Inc.

D-Up is a fitness and educational organization that promotes physical activity and nutrition to combat childhood obesity through awareness, prevention, and intervention programs. They have several programs targeting everyone from toddlers to teens. These include D-UP Tots and Gems (ages 2-5) and D-UP Academy (ages 6-17). Visit their website for more information about their many other programs.
Visit the website | 336-383-6048
Hours: Call or visit website for more information about events and programs.

Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , After School Care, Child Care, Summer Programs, Academic Support, Enrichment Opportunities, Physical Health

Dance Edge

Dance Edge offers Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Hip-Hop, and Contemporary dance classes for children 2 years old and up. 


Visit the website | 336-906-5113
Hours:

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Tags: Children , Enrichment Opportunities

Distractions Art Studio

Distractions Art Studio offers pottery painting, canvas painting, and mosaics (open studio and special events) classes for children. Children of all ages are welcome to the pottery classes, but children must be 6 years old and up to participate in the canvas and mosaic classes. 


Visit the website | 336-888-8990
Hours:

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Tags: Children , Enrichment Opportunities

GO FAR (Go Out For A Run)

The GO FAR mission is to empower children through an innovative running program to achieve their goals and pursue healthy lifestyles. Some services include the running fitness program, The Great Pumpkin 5k Trail Run, and a 10 week comprehensive fitness program.
Visit the website | 336-543-3141
Hours:

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Tags: Children , Enrichment Opportunities

Guilford Child Development Center

Guilford Child Development helps young children and families in Guilford County reach their full potential. Guilford Child Development can provide services like their Nurse-Family partnership program, Learning Together Family literary program, healthy pregnancy and parenting classes, childcare assistance, adult education and employment, and child and adult food care program.
Visit the website | 336-369-5097
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED 

 


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Child Care, Enrichment Opportunities, Support/Interest Groups, Enrichment Opportunities

Half-Pint Harmonies

Half Pint Harmonies offers a variety of early childhood music and movement classes for newborns and children up to the age of 4. 


Visit the website | 678-687-1116
Hours:

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Tags: Children , Enrichment Opportunities

High Point Arts Council

The High Point Arts Council is a united entity that provides basic operating support for its affiliated arts organizations and makes it a priority to support arts-related projects in schools and the community . The Arts Council also conducts community outreach and provides art education programs, such as the art and entertainment series including Third Thursday concerts, Open Mic Nights, and "Dinnertainment".
Visit the website | 336-889-2787
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities, Enrichment Opportunities

High Point Ballet

The High Point Ballet is a pre-professional program for aspiring dancers age 6 and older. Programs include in-studio classes, online interactive classes, auditions, and summer intensive day camps. Class training is held from August - June.
Visit the website | 336-887-4472
Hours: Call or visit website for more information about events and programs.

Tags: Children , Summer Programs, Enrichment Opportunities

High Point Community Theatre

The High Point Community Theatre is a volunteer-based arts organization dedicated to providing community involvement opportunities and inspiring appreciation for the dramatic arts. The High Point Community Theatre offers volunteer/internships opportunities, membership in the Teen Thespians Organization, participation in the Junior Theater Festival, and regular theatrical productions. They also provide opportunities for kids from grades 5th-12th.
Visit the website | 336-882-2542 (voicemail only)
Hours: Call or visit website for more information about programs and events.

Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities, Enrichment Opportunities

High Point Museum

The High Point Museum's mission is to share greater High Point's history, provide perspective for current issues, and strengthen the sense of community.  Visitors to the website can engage with virtual programs,  learn how to donate artifacts, sign up for newsletters and buy memorial and honor cards. The High Point Museum is also a fantastic way to learn more about our community's history!
Visit the website | 336-885-1859
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

CLOSED

Saturday:

10 AM - 4:30 PM

Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities, Enrichment Opportunities

High Point Protect Our Nation's Youth (PONY)

High Point Protect Our Nation's Youth (PONY) is a local branch of an international non-profit volunteer-based organization dedicated to building character, courage and loyalty in local area youth by providing competitive and fun baseball and softball programs. PONY programs are intended for children 3-15 years old and programs run from January 4th - July 30th. A fee of $65 is required for the Sheltan Tee Ball Division and $90 for all other divisions.


Visit the website | 336-847-0224
Hours:

Call or visit website for more information.


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Summer Programs, Enrichment Opportunities, Physical Health

Hopscotch Adoptions, Inc.

Hopscotch Adoptions, Inc. represents their commitment to placing orphaned children from different countries with loving families in the U.S. and abroad. 
Visit the website | (336) 899-0068
Hours:

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Tags: Children , Crisis Support

Hospice of the Piedmont

Hospice of the Piedmont offers individualized care that addresses the medical, emotional, and spiritual needs of patients and their families. Hospice of the Piedmont can provide hospice care for seniors and adults, grief counseling, and palliative care. This organization also offers "Kids Path", a care program for children and teens who are diagnosed with a life-limiting illness.

 


Visit the website | 336-889-8446
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Physical Health, Mental Health, Support/Interest Groups

Junior Achievement of the Triad

Junior Achievement of the Triad is committed to the success of young people in the community. Through mentorship programs and lessons in financial literacy, job and career readiness, and entrepreneurship, students in Kindergarten through 8th grade are empowered to overcome life's obstacles and find their unique definition of success. 
Visit the website | 336-299-4339
Hours: Call or visit website for more information.

Tags: Children , Enrichment Opportunities

Kiwani's Club of High Point

The Kiwanis Club in High Point represents a local branch of global volunteers dedicated to improving the world one child and one community at a time. The Kiwanis serve through events like their Annual Christmas Cheer fund and Pancake Day, as well as their youth programs such as the Key Club, Builders Club, Aktion Club, and Terrific Kids Club.


Visit the website | 336-869-0744
Hours: Call or visit website for more information.

Tags: Children , Enrichment Opportunities

Little Blank Canvas Children's Art Studio

Little Blank Canvas offers fine art classes for children (ages 18 months and up), art and music classes for toddlers, open studio hours, sketch journal workshop, kid’s night out, birthday parties and more!


Visit the website | 336-887-6133
Hours:

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Tags: Children , Enrichment Opportunities

Macedonia Family Resource Center - Macedonia Baseball League

An affiliate of Babe Ruth Baseball, the Macedonia Baseball League is organized into 13 teams of boys and girls ranging from ages 9 to 12 years old. Registration for baseball teams begins in January, players are drafted for teams in March, practice starts in April, and the regular season begins in late April.
Visit the website | 336-883-0300
Hours:

Monday - Saturday:

8:30 AM - 8:00 PM

Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities, Enrichment Opportunities

Macedonia Family Resource Center - Macedonia Elite Dance Team

The Macedonia dance team provides an extracurricular outlet for African American girls ages 4-18. The program was created out of a need to decrease the likelihood of teenage pregnancy and substance abuse. Practices are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:00 PM.
Visit the website | 336-883-0300
Hours:

Monday - Saturday:

8:30 AM - 8:00 PM

Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities, Physical Health, Enrichment Opportunities

Macedonia Family Resource Center - Piano, Voice, and Guitar Lessons

The Macedonia Center offers private and group lessons in piano, voice and guitar for children ages 5-18 for piano and guitar, and ages 10-18 for voice lessons.
Visit the website | 336-883-0300
Hours:

Monday - Saturday:

8:30 AM - 8:00 PM

Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children , Enrichment Opportunities

Macedonia Family Resource Center - Tutoring Program

The Macedonia Tutoring Program is EOG-focused and free to elementary school students in the Guilford County region. Tutors offer help in the subjects of reading, writing and math. Transportation is provided from school to Macedonia.
Visit the website | 336-883-0300
Hours:

Organization Hours

Monday - Saturday:

8:30 AM - 8:00 PM

Sunday:

CLOSED

Program Hours

Monday:

3:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Tuesday:

CLOSED 

Wednesday:

3:00 PM - 5:30 PM 

Thursday - Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children , Academic Support

NCWorks - Youth Services

The NCWorks Youth Services division connects high school students and their families to information regarding volunteer opportunities, social service programs, college tuition assistance resources, and college and career exploration.


Visit the website | 336-882-4141
Hours:

Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday:

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Wednesday:

9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Friday:

9:00 AM - 2:00 PM


Tags: Children , Enrichment Opportunities

Nehemiah Community Empowerment Center- After-School STEM Academy

Children between the ages 6 and 15 attending Guilford County Schools are eligible to attend the After-School STEM program. Students will have access to homework help, tutoring, and STEM-related activities. Snack will be provided and scholarships are available.


Visit the website | 336-324-7902
Hours:

The program runs from 3:00-6:00 PM and follows the GCS calendar. 


Tags: Children , After School Care, Academic Support, Enrichment Opportunities

Nehemiah Community Empowerment Center- STEM & Robotics Exploration Summer Camp

Children ages 6-15 can learn about engineering, coding, robotics, and 3-D printing in this STEM-oriented summer camp. Campers will also participate in other traditional camp activities including field trips, swimming, character development, and more. Breakfast, Lunch, and snack will be provided. Scholarships are available. 


Visit the website | 336-324-7902
Hours:

Camp hours are Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00 PM. 


Tags: Children , Summer Programs, Enrichment Opportunities

Nehemiah Community Empowerment Center- Teen Apprenticeship Program

The Teen Apprenticeship program is available to students ages 12-17. Students will participate in online training and hands-on labs that expose them to various careers in the I.T. field.


Visit the website | 336-324-7902
Hours:

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Tags: Employment & Careers, Children , Enrichment Opportunities

New Arrivals Institute - Early Childhood Transitional Services

The Early Childhood Transitional Service provides a safe and nurturing environment for refugee children to play and learn. This program includes a preschool class (ages 3-5) and an infant/toddler class (3 months-3 years old).
Visit the website | 366-937-4701
Hours:

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Tags: Children, Special Populations , Child Care, Academic Support, Enrichment Opportunities, Immigrants/Refugees

New Arrivals Institute - Refugee School Impact Program

The Refugee School Impact Program addresses the challenges refugee families face in accessing educational services for children during their first 5 years in the U.S. and provides parent focused assistance, in-school services, and after-school services. Children 6-15 years old can participate in the 10-week long Summer Literacy, Acts, Music and Movement SLAMM) program. After-school services include tutoring 5 days per week, social enrichment activities twice per week, summer programming twice weekly at each community center, and field trips 6 times per year.
Visit the website | 366-383-2219
Hours:

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Tags: Children, Special Populations , After School Care, Academic Support, Enrichment Opportunities, Immigrants/Refugees

New Life Family Outreach - Joy Program

The Joy Program provides one-on-one mentoring and encouragement for expectant mothers through workbooks/Bible studies, counseling sessions, and access to maternity/baby clothing and baby supplies. Services will be provided from pregnancy up until the baby is two years old. Participants will meet with a volunteer peer counselor on a bi-weekly basis. 
Visit the website | 336-887-2232
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Friday:

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Physical Health

North Carolina Child Care Resource and Referral Council

The North Carolina Child Care Resource and Referral Council (CCR&R) provides services and information for families, child care providers, and communities that facilitates their access to child care facilities and improves the quality of child care facilities.

 


Visit the website | 704-376-6697
Hours:

Call or see website for more information.


Tags: Children , Child Care

One Step Further, Inc. - Community Service-Restitution

The Community Service Restitution Program works with juveniles ages 6-17 who are required to complete court-mandated community service. Participants must be referred by the Juvenile Court system and Teen Court.
Visit the website | 336-275-3699 ext. 208
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Friday:

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Crisis Intervention , Crisis Support

One Step Further, Inc. - Family Factor

The Family Factor program strengthens the familial bonds between LGBTQ+ youth and their caregivers to help bridge the gap between non-acceptance and acceptance. Young people (ages 12-24) and their caregivers will participate in a 10-week long course designed to expand their knowledge of the LGBTQ+ community and the issues they are facing.
Visit the website | 336-275-3699 ext. 205
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Friday:

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Special Populations , Support/Interest Groups

One Step Further, Inc. - Guilford County Teen Court

The Guilford County Teen Court helps youth offenders ages 6-17 whose behavior consists of a misdemeanor violation of the law for Class I, II or III , and who are actively enrolled in an educational program. Through their participation in the program, they will develop an understanding of consequences for negative actions and learn about self and community accountability. Referral to participate in the program provides youth offenders with the opportunity to have their charge dismissed and not acquire a juvenile criminal record.
Visit the website | 336-275-3699
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Friday:

9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Crisis Intervention , Crisis Support

One Step Further, Inc. - Junior/Senior Life Skills

The Life Skills Program is intended for at-risk youth that are experiencing behavioral difficulties at school or in the community. The 20-hour long program offers classes in a variety of topics that are all aimed at empowering children to make healthier choices in their everyday lives. Children 9-13 years old will be placed in the Junior Life Skills Program and children 14-17 years old will be placed in the Senior Life Skills Program. 


Visit the website | 336-275-3699 ext. 210
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Friday:

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Crisis Intervention , Enrichment Opportunities

One Step Further, Inc. - Juvenile Mediation

The Juvenile Mediation Program is a restorative justice program that helps youth offenders ages 6-17 learn victim empathy skills, develop moral reasoning, and practice conflict resolution skills through personal interactions. Participants must be referred by Juvenile Court Counselors, School Resource Officers, Guidance Counselors, School Social Workers, Department of Social Services, Guardian Ad Litem Office and Attorneys.
Visit the website | 336-275-3699 ext. 202
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Friday:

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Crisis Intervention , Crisis Support

Operation Xcel - Operation 3 Steps Ahead Summer

The goal of Operation 3 Steps is to engage Ferndale Middle school students in the subject areas of reading, writing, math, and science. This program runs for 6 weeks and arts and crafts and movie nights are extracurriculars included in the program.
Visit the website | 336-223-4697
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

10:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children , Summer Programs, Academic Support, Enrichment Opportunities

Operation Xcel - Operation Homework Afterschool

This is an academic enrichment program for 6th-8th grade students at Ferndale Middle School that provides assistance with homework completion, test preparation, social skill building, and effective study strategies. Transportation is provided for students.
Visit the website | 336-223-4697
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

10:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children , After School Care, Academic Support

Operation Xcel - Virtual Learning

Operation Xcel offers virtual learning services for students in Kindergarten to 3rd grade via Zoom. Programming includes extraordinary excursions, youth fitness with Austin, and Dancing Dreamers with Royal Expressions Contemporary Ballet.
Visit the website | 336-223-4697
Hours:

Virtual Learning Opportunities:

 "Extraordinary Excursions"

Elementary Schoolers :

Mondays, 2:00 PM

Middle Schoolers:

Wednesdays, 2:00 PM

 

Call or visit website for more information about programs and events.

 

 


Tags: Children , Enrichment Opportunities, Physical Health

Piedmont Health Services and Sickle Cell Agency - Sickle Cell Services

The Sickle Cell Services program serves North Carolina residents diagnosed with Sickle Cell disease. This program serves North Carolina community members in the Piedmont region, Charlotte/Mecklenburg area and parts of Eastern North Carolina, including the following counties: Alamance, Carteret, Caswell, Craven, Cumberland, Forsyth, Greene, Guilford, Harnett, Hoke, Jones, Lenoir, Onslow, Mecklenburg, Pamlico, Randolph, Robeson, Rockingham and Wayne. Services include newborn screening, genetic counseling, case management, and a Summer Enrichment Camp for ages 6-15.
Visit the website | 336-886-2437
Hours:

Call or visit website for more information.


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Summer Programs, Physical Health, Support/Interest Groups, Enrichment Opportunities

Reading Connections - Family Literacy

The Family Literacy Program provides three 10-week sessions during the school year at Title I elementary schools in Guilford County. This program provides parents an opportunity to support their children’s literacy development while improving their own literacy skills at the same time.


Visit the website | 336-230-2223
Hours:

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Tags: Children , Academic Support, Enrichment Opportunities

RHA Health Services - Disability Services

RHA disability services works to provide comprehensive services and support to adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities. They provide residential services — community-based and group home living options, as well as large medical centers, day and employment supports, Community Alternative Programs for Disabled Adults (CAP/DA) and Children (CAP/C), Alternative Family Living (AFL) services, and more. 


Visit the website | 336-899-1505
Hours:

Monday-Friday:

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Disabilities

Senior Resources of Guilford - Foster Grandparents

The Foster Grandparents program matches income-eligible senior adults with children and youth in Guilford County. Participants provide specialized assistance to help young ones. Seniors must be age 55 or older, and this program requires a commitment of 20 hours per weekend. Foster grandparents are provided a stipend.
Visit the website | 336-884-4816
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM 

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Special Populations , Child Care, Seniors

Senior Resources of Guilford - Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren sponsors activities and provides referrals to community resources for grandparents ages 55 and older raising their grandchildren in Guilford County. Professionals identify resources for help with financial/legal/medical issues, and provide programming such as a monthly lunch, informative presentations, free luncheons, and childcare.
Visit the website | 336-373-4816
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Special Populations , Seniors

Seven Homes, Inc.

This fostering and adoption agency provides an opportunity to reach out to youth in need of love, safety, and stability. Their mission is to serve the needs of the whole child. Applicants must be 21 to foster or adopt and reside in North Carolina. Opportunities range anywhere from a single night of fostering to permanent adoption.
Visit the website | 336-378-8030
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM 

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED

 


Tags: Children, Crisis Intervention , Crisis Support

St. Mary's Music Academy

St. Mary's Music Academy is a community music school for children and adults working to enrich the musical environment of High Point and the greater Piedmont Triad region. St. Mary's Music Academy provides private lessons for a variety of instruments including, piano, clarinet, violin, viola, cello, harp, and guitar. Sessions are 30 minutes, 45 minutes, or 60 minutes long. There is a $45 registration fee and a $25 access card fee for all new students.
Visit the website | 336-886-7265
Hours:

Call or visit website for more information.


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities, Enrichment Opportunities

The MIND Group - GWYN 10

The GWYN 10 initiative was started with the support of local basketball star and UNC-Asheville player Brittany Gwyn to design and implement programming for aspiring female athletes. The program's main goals are to inspire confidence in young girls, provide them with an outlet for athletic exposure, and cultivate values of self-esteem, respect, strength, and character. 


Visit the website | 336-307-6332
Hours:

Call or see website for more information.


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities, Enrichment Opportunities

The MIND Group - High Point City Ball HAWGS

The High Point City Ball HAWGS is an athletic training program designed to introduce young boys and girls to the world of competitive sports, namely basketball. All practices and games are scheduled  in the Fall and Spring basketball seasons. The young athletes may also attend workout sessions, trainings, and other programs during the school year and summer months. 


Visit the website | 336-307-6332
Hours:

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Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities, Enrichment Opportunities

The Preparing Our Youth Foundation

This organization encourages minority and under-served youth to pursue post-secondary education. Programming is designed for middle- and high-school students.  Opportunities include Quiz bowls, history makers, etiquette classes, civic training, and college tours.
Visit the website | 336-560-7693
Hours:

Call or visit website for more information.


Tags: Children , Academic Support, Enrichment Opportunities

Theatre Art Galleries

Theatre Art Galleries provides quality visual art exhibits and educational experiences for the enrichment of the High Point community. Programming includes creation stations, private art lessons for children and adults, youth outreach, and weekly sketchbooks.
Visit the website | 336-887-2137
Hours:

Monday:

CLOSED

Tuesday - Friday:

12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities, Enrichment Opportunities

Triple Threat School of Dance, Music, and Acting

Triple Threat School of Dance, Music and Acting offers music lessons in voice, piano, guitar, violin, viola, cello, drums and flute. Musical theater and acting classes are available for ages 5 and up. They also offer all styles of dance creative movement, ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, pointe, contemporary and private lessons.


Visit the website | 336-884-3942
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information.


Tags: Children , Enrichment Opportunities

Tybro Foundation

The Tybro Foundation provides school books, computers, and educational training to urban schools in Guilford County.
Visit the website | 336-423-2426
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children , Academic Support, Enrichment Opportunities

West End Ministries - High Point Leap

West End Ministries is a host site for High Point LEAP which supports literacy efforts from cradle to college. Tutoring is offered in reading and math for elementary-age children and for adults trying to obtain a GED.
Visit the website | 336-884-1105
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children , Academic Support

Youth Focus - Act Together

The Act Together program provides housing for runaway youth who are experiencing family crisis, abuse, and or neglect. The program also offers medical, psychological and educational support. The maximum stay period is 21 days.
Visit the website | 336-375-1332
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Thursday - Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Crisis Intervention , Physical Health, Mental Health

Youth Focus - My Sister Susan's House

My Sister Susan's House provides transitional housing for young pregnant women, ages 16-21. There is no cost for living at the house.
Visit the website | 336-335-1185
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Thursday - Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Crisis Intervention, Housing , Physical Health, Mental Health

Youth Focus - Safe Haven Outpatient Counseling

Safe Haven Outpatient Counseling is available for free to youth, ages 6 to 24.  Services offered to youth who have been victims of crime including sexual assault, rape, mental/physical/emotional abuse, neglect, or witness to domestic violence. The services are provided free of charge.
Visit the website | 336-274-5909
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Thursday - Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Crisis Intervention , Physical Health, Mental Health

Youth Focus - Safe Place

Safe Place is an outreach and prevention program for young people who are need of immediate help and safety. Children can go to any place with the yellow "Safe Place" sign and an adult will help them. Safe places include libraries, YMCAs, fire stations, public buses, various businesses, and social service facilities. A Youth Focus staff member will arrive on site and connect the child with a counselor. 
Visit the website | 336-375-1332
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Thursday - Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Crisis Intervention , Physical Health, Mental Health

Youth Unlimited, Inc. - Intensive In-Home Service

The Intensive In-Home Services program provides short-term therapy services to a child and family in their home to stabilize the home environment, promote reunification of the family, or prevent out-of-home placement.


Visit the website | (336) 861-9243
Hours:

Call or visit website for more information about the Youth Unlimited services


Tags: Children, Crisis Intervention , Crisis Support

Youth Unlimited, Inc. - Outpatient Counseling Services

Outpatient Counseling Services offers individual and family outpatient counseling.


Visit the website | 336-883-1361
Hours:

Call or visit website for more information.


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Mental Health

Youth Unlimited, Inc. - Psychiatric / Behavioral Health Medication Management Services

The Psychiatric / Behavioral Health Medication Management Services works to ensure that each child and family receives the care to meet their psychiatric and medication needs.


Visit the website | 336-883-1361
Hours:

Call or visit website for more information about the Youth Unlimited services


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Mental Health

Youth Unlimited, Inc. - Residential Program

The Residential program works with you to reduce behaviors that make residential treatment necessary. Sibling Group Care homes supports children who have been removed from their homes.


Visit the website | (336) 883-1361
Hours:

Call or visit website for more information about the Youth Unlimited services


Tags: Children, Crisis Intervention , Crisis Support

Youth Unlimited, Inc. - Therapeutic & Family Foster Care

The Foster Care program offers therapeutic and foster care for children who are unable to live with their own family. To be a foster parent, you must be at least 21 years old and financially stable, pass criminal background check, physical exam, possess the ability to work with children, and the ability to provide safe environment.
Visit the website | 336-861-9243 or 336-883-1361
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Mental Health

YWCA - Adolescent Parenting

The Adolescent Parenting program strives to positively impact the lives of young school-aged mothers and fathers who are pregnant or parents. The program includes group sessions, home visits, mentors, school support sessions, college tours, field trips, and mother-daughter retreats. Access is also provided to the Baby Basics Closet, Ready to Ride (car seats), and Women's Resource Center.
Visit the website | 336-882-4126
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

6:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Friday:

6:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Crisis Intervention, Health & Wellness , Physical Health, Mental Health, Support/Interest Groups

YWCA - After-School

The after-school program provides programs for elementary and middle school students who attend the following schools: Johnson Street, Kirkman Park, Montilieu Elementary, Northwood, Oak Hill, Oakview, Phoenix, Shady Brook, Triangle Lake, Union Hill, Ferndale Middle School, Penn Griffin Middle School, Welborn Middle School, and Allen Jay Preparatory Academy.  Students are provided with an afternoon snack, homework help, low-cost field trips, and swimming. On teacher workdays, the program operates from 7:30 AM to 6:00 PM. The cost of the program includes $20 for program registration fee, $25 for yearly child membership and $45 for first week of care. Sibling discounts are available.
Visit the website | 336-882-4126
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

6:00 AM - 7:00 PM 

Friday:

6:00 AM - 6:00 PM 

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children , After School Care, Academic Support

YWCA - Healthy Beginnings

The Healthy Beginnings program helps young minority women (20-30 years old) have healthy pregnancies and lifestyles.  The program serves High Point, Archdale, Trinity, and Jamestown. The program provides individualized support, peer support groups, and home visitation. Participants also have access to the YWCA's aquatic and wellness programs.
Visit the website | 336-882-4126
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

6:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Friday:

6:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Physical Health, Mental Health, Support/Interest Groups

YWCA - Latino Family Center

The Latino Family Center offers a mentoring program for middle and high school girls and boys through personal and social skill development to build self-esteem.  Services offered include a STEM club, an Art Club, and higher education guidance. The Center also offers a community access program (El Pueblo) that provides outreach services, information, and referral services to Latinos, including DACA renewals.  There are also several leadership programs available. Services provided in Spanish.
Visit the website | 336-882-4126
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

6:00 AM - 7:00 PM 

Friday:

6:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Special Populations , Enrichment Opportunities, Immigrants/Refugees

YWCA - Summer Camps

Summer camps are available for elementary and middle school students. Activities include field trips, bible study, leadership development, cooking, sports, and arts and crafts. A $25 youth membership or $80 family membership is required to enroll. The cost for elementary students is $100/week and $80/week for middle school students.
Visit the website | 336-882-4126
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

7:30 AM - 6:00 PM 

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children , Summer Programs