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What We Do

You can find us throughout the state providing opportunities like:

Camps – are designed to have connection opportunities to military youth and learn various life skills by playing with a purpose

MOMC (Month of the Military Child) Events – are designated through the month of April to honor the sacrifices made by military families worldwide, with an emphasis on the experiences of the dependent children of military members that are serving at home and overseas.

Educational Outreach – provides resources and training to educators that request additional support to help further the growth and resilience of the military-connected youth.

Youth Development Conferences – prepares a young person to meet the challenges of adolescence and adulthood to achieve their whole potential by promoting youth development through activities and experiences that help develop social, ethical, emotional, physical, and cognitive competencies.

Military Family Connections – are designed to increase family bonds, build life‐skills, and grow community engagement, through day programs.

Partnering with Youth and Community Base Organizations – allows the CYP Team to provide specialized programs and events that address the needs of the military community.

Division Support – continues the mission to increase family readiness by providing education-based programming to the Service Member Support Division, such as the Yellow Ribbon Program.