Give Good Options for Good Decisions


According to data from APS, between 3,000 to 4,000 youth are homeless or precariously housed in Albuquerque on any given night. It is not a life they chose. It is a life chosen for them.

Some of these youth have been abused, neglected or exploited. Some have severe emotional problems. Some are just beginning to run into trouble with the juvenile justice system. And some have run away from unhealthy homes. Learn More

With you, our youth have the opportunity for a better future.

A better tomorrow starts today.


Life Skills Academy
assists our youth to develop key skills to improve their emotional intelligence, social intelligence/social capital, and functional intelligence.

Transitional Living Program offers safe and stable housing options, Wraparound Care Coordination, and life skill education.

Juvenile Justice Diversion Program designed to provide law enforcement an alternative to incarceration for youth who have been detained for low level misdemeanor or felony offenses.

I'd Eat That - New Day Food Cart is a program that gives youth a chance to gain experience in the culinary and sales field.

You can change their world.