The ROAD is an award-winning drop-in resource center that offers a safe, drug-free place where young adults can socialize and have fun, and offers activities and a wide array of services that help young adults achieve success and independence. The drop-in center is located inside of Brady High School’s cafeteria and is open all year long, even during summer breaks! All programs and services are free to our youth.

Although The ROAD is professionally supervised, young adults who come to The ROAD are expected to be responsible for their own conduct and safety.

Youth May Attend if They:

  • Are between the ages of 15 – 22.
  • Are ready to take charge of their future by meeting challenges and taking steps toward achieving their goals.

The mission of The ROAD is to assist young adults as they transition into adulthood by fostering empowerment, leadership and responsibility.

Young adults do not need a referral to come to The ROAD, however community referrals can be made by contacting us at (303) 982-6755 or [email protected].


The ROAD succeeds with the partnership of the following agencies: Alameda Corridor Business Improvement District Brady High School City of Lakewood Cooking Matters Family Tree/Gemini Federation of Families Food Bank of the Rockies Jefferson Center for Mental Health JeffCo Action Center Jefferson County Dept. of Human Services Jefferson County Drop Out Prevention Jefferson County Schools …