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We love hearing stories of how God is at work in the mentoring program, and the difference mentoring makes! Here are two stories that were shared with us recently. T’Avion is five years old. He and Jeff have been meeting since December 2012. T’Avion was talking with his mother one day about how he didn’t know...

Race Day for the 2013 Easter Sun Run dawned a little wet on March 30 with early-morning showers and storms.  However, by the time runners and walkers started gathering in Sedgwick County Park, the rain had stopped and the weather resolved into ideal running conditions. The 19th annual event saw 1933 total registrants, in addition...

We are pleased to announce the unveiling of our new game room! Every year, the International Interior Design Association Wichita City Center hosts a fundraising event to support a local charitable organization. After application, Youth Horizons was chosen as this year’s recipient of the Extreme Makeover: IIDA Edition 2013.   The organization got to work transforming the...

Youth Horizons is looking for interns interested in gaining experience working with at-risk youth. The interns who fill this position should expect to leave with an in-depth understanding of the mentoring department of the organization. In addition, they'll gain an increased awareness of and experience with at-risk youth, primarily children growing up in fatherless homes....

Foam mustaches, crazy hats, flowers and princess movies were some of the themes at the 2nd Annual Ladies Mentoring Brunch earlier this month. Ladies of all ages gathered at Youth Horizons March 2 for the event, which was exclusively for female mentors and protégés. The morning began with a brunch served and prepared by volunteers. Everyone...

by: residential staff member Paul Comegys At the ranch we are preparing for spring. Some of the boys are really growing in their ability to work with tools and stay on task. It’s fun to watch them accomplish things they had never done before. The boys have been at work tilling the ground, getting ready to plant...

The following is a letter written some years ago to a parent by a boy in the residential program. It’s copied verbatim. “Hi, Mom – I don’t know why you wrote me because you haven’t written me for two years. I don’t see a point behind it at all. Mom you tell that you miss me...