God Will Supply The Need!
When we walk in faith AND implement the action that proves we believe—God will supply the need! In 2017, we launched a fundraiser to purchase a building that would help us open enrollment to the now over 450 boys on The Cave of Adullam Transformational Training Academy’s (The CATTA) waiting list. Although the generous donations of many helped us secure a mortgage this year to begin the first phase of renovations—there’s still more needed to be done.
We have been diligently working to make this building the model to scale The CATTA nationally—bringing healing to communities in need. Your tax-deductible donation will help us make this a reality! Please visit the below link to learn more about our mission and how you can help. Thank you in advance!
Want to join our dynamic research team? If you enjoy research, looking for a paid internship experience, and want to assist youth and families in the Metro Detroit area we’d like to meet you. The research assistant intern will work with the evaluation consultant to…Read More
Keys 2 Life Summer Camp is happening from July 5 to July 30, 2021, Monday through Friday for children ages 11-17! It will be a “hybrid” experience that will take place primarily on a virtual platform with in-person CDC-compliant field trips. #TheYunion #youth #lovingyouth #youthassistanceRead More
The Cave of Adullam is a transformational training academy for comprehensive male development in Detroit. Anticipated results include: Improved academic performance Ability to resolve conflict Increased physical fitness and endurance …and more! #TheYunion #youth #lovingyouth #youthassistanceRead More
Good news parents, we are bringing our Keys 2 Life Performing Arts Summer Camp Back. Your child can learn: Acting/Theater Song Writing Beat Making/Music Production Dance String Instrumentation Participants will engage in: In-Person Field Trips Virtual Field Trips Campers will meet Monday-Friday for 4 weeks…Read More
Parents, Did you know? Recent CDC findings suggest that youth connectedness also has lasting effects. Youth who feel connected at school and at home were found to be as much as 66% less likely to experience health risk behaviors related to sexual health, substance use,…Read More
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