Breaking The Cycle Mentor Program is taking to the community here in Owensboro to target At-Risk Teens and they are looking for help in a multitude of ways.  Here's what you can do.

Brionna Greer a former graduate of Owensboro High School is the founder of Breaking the Cycle Mentor program with mentors including Ashton Robertson and Alazia Baker.

The mission of this program is to help at-risk youth by providing them with the resources they need to be successful in life.  The program began in the beginning of 2020 and is surging through the pandemic to work hard to help our youth.

Some of the activities the program has to offer are:
1on1 mentorship
College visits
Job searches
Job shadowing
Confidence Building workshops

The goal is to ensure the youth in our community make better choices and not engage in activities that could cost them their freedom or even worse their life.

The program is currently seeking business attire for those youth in the program.  They are looking for new or gently used clothing.

Hi everyone.
In mid-April, we will be rounding up our spring semester and want to assure our children are best dressed for our big(surprise) end-of-semester bash in May.
From March 18th until April 20th we will be doing a business attire clothing drive. If you have any old business attire you will like to donate please contact us via email:
We are also accepting donations at the following payment methods below!

They are always seeking mentors for the program.  You can become a mentor by contacting Brionna Greer.

Meetings are once again being held twice monthly on the 1st & 3rd Tuesday at Dugan Best Recreation Center 1003 Omega St, Owensboro, KY 42301.

Any questions or interest in the program should contact Brionna Greer on Facebook, Instagram, or Snapchat.  You may also call 270-702-1798.

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