Hannah's House 119 offers several different programming options to meet the needs of each individual youth. We believe that prevention is key and provide programming that educates our youth about the risks and signs of sexual exploitation. We provide life skill training to give our youth the tools needed to be successful in life and build upon the 40 Developmental Assets. Hannah’s House believes that “every” child is just one decision away from becoming a statistic. We also believe that ONE caring adult can be the KEY to their success.
Girls Circle- mentoring groups that meet in school or after school once a week. Our in school groups include, Beacon Academy, CHOICES High School and Stark College and Career High School. Our after school groups include, Osnaburg Local Schools, Canton City Schools, Minerva Local Schools, Malvern Schools, Tuslaw Schools, and Louisville City Schools. If you would like more information on how you can volunteer to help with one of these groups, please email us here.
Girls Club- mentoring groups comprised of girls from all throughout Stark County. They are placed according to their peer groups and location in the county. Our Girls Club groups meet once a week either on Monday or Wednesday Nights at Beacon Academy in Canton. Girls from all throughout Stark County are in Girls Club and are placed according to their peer groups, including young parents and those who are pregnant. If you would like more information on how you can volunteer to help with one of these groups, please email us here.
Parenting- mentoring groups comprised of young moms and those who are pregnant. This group meets once a week on Monday nights at Beacon Academy in Canton. Our lead mentors of this group are trained using the Incredible Years Curriculum. We also offer childcare for our young moms during their group time. If you would like more information on how you can volunteer to help with this group or help to provide childcare during this group, please email us here.
1 to 1- We offer one to one mentoring to those youth who may not be ready to be in a group setting. These are youth who need extra time and guidance with the hopes of eventually transitioning into one of our group settings. If you would like more information on becoming a 1 to 1 mentor, please email us here.