Growing from an adverse past into a positive future
Our Story & Mission
Our mission is to educate and empower young adults to break through social barriers and cultivate a timeless, positive impact in their communities. We accomplish this through hosting monthly dinners and annual retreats that show the importance of positive support systems and self-reflection. We share our experiences and support each other in all of our journeys towards a better future.
Columbus is our Home
Community is our space to support one another through our shared connections, knowledge, and experiences.
Opportunity offers hope in having a dream and manifesting that dream.
Respect allows us to be dedicated, patient, and kind to ourselves and others in all situations.
Inclusion shows how much we get to learn from others with different experiences and backgrounds.
Learn essential business skills and become a better professional.
Develop relationships in a positive environment
Housing is one of the basic essential needs.
We work with our community partners to help those in need.
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Adverse Childhood Experiences
Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE’s) are traumatic events that have happened to a child under the age of 18. Whether this experience happens to themselves or their parent, its something unforgettable to them that changes their behavior forever.
These exclude experiences of abuse (physical, verbal, or sexual), neglect, domestic violence, drug abuse, mental illness of a loved one, incarceration, divorce, and more.
Studies find that one who experiences four or more ACEs are far more likely to develop physical health issues like obesity or diabetes, poor self esteem, mental health issues like depression and possible suicide attempts.
Our goal is to provide a safe place for young adults to communicate with each other, come together, and overcome their past to a brighter future.
Get the Help you Need
If you are in need of mental health counseling, seek a licensed medical professional.
If in immediate crisis, call 800-273-TALK (8255), or if in immediate danger 911.
Our goal is to raise awareness around Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and its risks.