For more information contact the Program Director, Michael Scott, at X3005

What the program offers

  • Provides young men with life skills required for self sufficiency

  • Facilitates learning by ensuring a safe and healthy environment

  • ​Provides structure, nurturing, skill-building instruction and activities necessary to help young men develop a sense of personal competence and belonging

  • ​Administers individual and group counseling to address issues that impede a successful transition in the program

  • ​Links participants to community resources and adequate support systems

  • ​Exposes participants to cultural, recreational and spiritual activities


  • How do I get into the program? You will need a referral from the Division of Youth and Family Services. All prospective clients will be interviewed to determine if the program is a good fit for their needs.

  • How old do I have to be to qualify for the program? You must be between 14 and 20 years old.

  • Who won't be accepted? ​Youth with a history of arson, sexual offenses or violence will not be considered.

  • How long can I participate in the program? The average length of stay is between 6 and 18 months. This is determined on an individual basis by the youth, legal guardian, DYFS and Isaiah House. Participants tend to perform better with the knowledge that they have time to work on their issues and get their education. 

  • What are the program requirements? Youth must be enrolled in an educational or vocational program, participate in life skills training and do volunteer work or approved after-school activities.

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