This is a prevention program designed to enhance the developmental assets of youth ages 8-17.   The goals are to improve academic performance, social competency and strengthening family bonds. Activities aim to encourage students to stay in school, graduate, and to stay free of alcohol, drugs and gangs. Students are exposed to leadership opportunities and are responsible for organizing and implementing community service and fellowship activities. They are also exposed to professional and higher educational opportunities to encourage and promote higher aspirations.

The Latino 4-H club meets in different Oklahoma Public Schools and at LCDA. Members participate in educational and creative activities alongside their adult mentors. Mentoring is provided in a group environment, with one mentor serving up to 5 youths.

If you are interested in becoming a mentor, or having your child participate in the program, please contact.

Daniela Chavez
405-236-0701 ext. 122


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420 SW 10th
Oklahoma City, OK 73109
Phone: 405.236.0701
Fax: 405.236.0737