Programs & Services

Community Support Group

Education, support and resources for parents and professionals based on the Collaborative & Proactive Solutions (CPS) approach which applies to working with all of our youth especially those who exhibits challenging behavior

Free to Be You & Me

Workshops for families and professional development for educators offered by educational and clinical professionals who embrace whole-child learning methods recognizing that one-size-does-not-fit-all

Student Leadership Initiative

Supporting young adults in caring and advocating for people and planet through training, internships, mentoring opportunities and community activism

Project Stewardship Program

Group workshops, outings, and volunteer placements for young adults held in warm and welcoming environments to explore, learn, and create while making friends and building a range of skills

Civic Mentoring Program

Individualized peer mentoring for young adults to develop abilities and interests, expand skill building opportunities, and improve self-esteem while embarking on college and career preparation in community settings

Reconnect Nature’s Child

Outdoor classroom activities (nature-based, hands-on, experiential learning) on the premises of our organic farm or at your school or community garden, adapted to different ages, learning styles and needs, enhancing academics and creativity

Guidance Services

Guidance and transition planning to assist our young adults as they enter new chapters of their lives, taking experiences attained and formulating them into an action plan for life, school and career enabling success and well-being

Instructional Services

Sessions blend mentoring, tutoring and strategizing to build skills which elevate both academic and social-emotional functioning, helping students to overcome academic blocks often caused by anxiety

Educational Consulting

Guiding families and schools based on a customized case program for individual students where strengths are utilized as the entry point in order to improve areas of significant challenge

Start Your Own School Garden

Assisting schools in creating their own school gardens while students come to recognize that environmental and personal wellness are interdependent, developing new “stewards” for Earth

Long Island History in Your Own Backyard

Narratives, exhibits, and programs reflecting the life and times of local families and the farming and maritime culture to which they were connected, learning from the wisdom of those who came before us…

“If you have knowledge, let others light their candles in it.” —Margaret Fuller