NTWC

Nauset Together We Can

YOUTH INITIATIVES IN ACTION

Our goal is to provide programs and activities that support, empower and engage the youth of our community.


NTWC

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Orleans Community Center 


 

FREE Drop-in Program for Middle School
Students Starts 9/15!

NTWC is pleased again to offer a FREE middle school drop-in program out of the Orleans Community Center run by our experienced, CORI'd program coordinators!


Download full program details and permission slip now. 

Now five days a week for the 2014-2015 school year!

Monday - Friday 3:00 – 5:15 p.m. 

Location: 44 Main Street/ between the Chamber and Whole Foods

We invite you to share in our excitement - and to encourage your middle school student to join us for this wonderful opportunity to enjoy supervised time with their peers after school including: homework time with computer access, music, art/drawing, jewelry making, ping pong, Wii, photography etc, as designed by the students themselves.

This NTWC program is FREE thanks to generous support from The Federated Church of Orleans. You are welcome to e-mail us with any questions: nausettogetherwecan@gmail.com

​We’re looking forward to seeing your student … afterschool, at the Orleans Community Center, 44 Main Street!

 


 

Check us out on Facebook @Nauset Together We Can, on Twitter at @FinchSkatepark and on Instagram @nausettogetherwecan. You’re also welcome to e-mail us with any questions: nausettogetherwecan@gmail.com 

 


 


Attention All Members of the Lower Cape Community:

 

  • Would you like to see more innovative and accessible programs and activities for youth, which make them feel valued and inspired?

  • Are you aware that recent independent studies have shown that the Lower Cape is home to the most under-served youth population on the Cape and Islands?
     
  • Do you have great ideas but not enough time, energy and funding to make them happen?

Please join us! We welcome your input!

Mission Statement:

Nauset Together We Can, Prevention Council has been chartered by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on April 11, 1996 to engage in activities relating to the identification, development, and implementation of community based solutions to prevent and reduce tobacco, alcohol, drug, and substance abuse and other high risk behaviors, to provide emotional and community support for children, adolescents, and families affected, to share information, and through education and promotion of activities, to increase awareness of issues related to substance abuse and other common problems affecting youth, their families, and communities, and to engage in fundraising for the purpose set forth in the articles of organization.