The Youth Holistic Program targets middle school youth who may be at high risk for problems such as alcohol and other drug abuse, delinquency, teen pregnancy, and truancy. The goal is to prevent and reduce such problems and to enhance and enrich the lives of the participants. This educational program empowers youth to make healthy decisions by teaching personal and social skills that build resilience and help youth navigate developmental tasks. Its goal is to promote the reduction of substance abuse including polydrug use and the increase in personal and social skills Youth are served through Opportunities Clubs that meet weekly at Humble Park, McKinley Jerstad-Agerholm and Gilmore Middle Schools. Through the clubs, youth are exposed to a multitude of educational, cultural, recreational, and volunteer experiences. Funding provided by the Racine County Human Services Department Brighter Futures Initiative.