– This room is a multi-purpose room that serves as a cozy area for meetings, small classes, and for child passenger seat orientations. It is also a comfortable room for supervised visitation and safe exchange families when they spend time with their children.
– Functions as a larger meeting area for conferences, classes, and board meetings. It is also used for family-style dinners that are included in our Nurturing Parenting Program, as well as classes for youth and children, particularly when they are involved with Cooking Matters and art projects.
– The children’s room functions as a play area for children ages 6 months to 10 years of age. It is equipped with toys, books, puzzles, and approved children’s movies. Moms and dads are welcome to interact in this room with their children during supervised visitation and safe exchange.
– The Chalkboard Room provides an opportunity for adolescents and teens to get creative on an entire wall. This room also functions as an area for our children’s Nurturing Parenting Program facilitator to lead classes.
– The Peace Room is so called because it is an intimate space for small groups and counseling. It also is a nice place for parents to put their little ones down for naps when they are working on their TANF hours or community service.
– The Nurturing Center kitchen is a fun gathering place for preparing meals for classes. Just like any kitchen at home, it’s where everyone seems to end up for lively conversation, and sometimes serious discussions.
– This room is used for all teen and adolescent classes and activities. It was designed and decorated by youth who participated in the Alateen program.
Meet and Greet Room
– This beautiful room holds art work from locals and is a fun meeting area for classes or for anyone to just hang out and enjoy a cup of coffee. It has been used as the free summer lunch “No Kid Hungry” distribution site, as well as for “A Window Between Worlds” art expressions workshops.