Middletown Press (Middletown, CT) January 23, 2013
"Youth considered 'at-risk' all too often wind up in a state Department of Youth and Families program after engaging in risky behavior. Mentors involved in There is Hope want to head off those problems and behaviors before the child lands at DCF.
'We want to catch them before they are in the system. We want to catch them before they start,' said Tawana Bourne of There is Hope, a program that held the first of its monthly sessions Wednesday at the KO Fitness Club in the Remington Rand building on Johnson Street.
There is Hope met with about 10 kids who came out for the program. Most of the kids were with their mothers." Read More