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The ROAD provides you with services to develop the skills necessary to positively transition to adulthood, avoid risky behavior, and achieve greater self-sufficiency.  All of the activities offered at The ROAD help you develop as a person and learn the skills to make it on your own.

Transition Services

Independent Living Skills: A course that aims to educate youth on what it means to be independent, and teaches them the skills involved with transitioning from a dependent living state, to an independent one.  The course incorprates topics such as, employment skills, money management, health and saftey, housing, etc. and involves student participation and hands …

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Many future US jobs will require higher levels of education. If you’re between the ages of 17-25, start by getting your GED through The ROAD.  Tutoring is free.  You MUST attend a GED Orientation to enroll. These are usually held Mondays at 10:00am. Check out our monthly calendar for times!

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Repaving The ROAD

    Have you ever wanted a safe place to discuss current issues that you face in your life? Do you have ideas about helping peers in your community and getting involved in leadership? Are there new things you’d like to see at the The ROAD? This is the group for you! Come have real …

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Counseling and other mental health services are available through The ROAD and CrossRoads program. Jefferson Center for Mental Health’s CrossRoad’s program is an exciting opportunity to provide mental health and substance abuse programming to underserved at-risk youth.  The program serves youth ages 10-18 who live in Jefferson, Gilpin or Clear Creek County. CrossRoads is designed …

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