The Family Focus Guide helps families and individuals, in and around the Fayetteville area, find resources in our community.
If you have a service focused organization that serves families in the Fayetteville, Cumberland County area and would like to be listed, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mentoring for Youths
Offers year-round outdoor adventures and residential or day camp programs at four camp properties including Camp Graham (Henderson, NC), Camp Hardee (Blounts Creek, NC), Camp Mary Atkinson (Selma, NC), and Camp Mu-Sha-Ni (Jackson Springs, NC). Girls can experience canoeing, archery, crafts, outdoor cooking and more.
Helping individuals, families, and communities put research-based knowledge to work to improve their lives.
The mission of Great Oak Youth Development Center is to provide a foundation for achievement and success among male youth within targeted communities by directly providing educational assistance, leadership and life skills training, and cultural awareness activities.
In-School Scouting is an optional coeducational opportunity for separate EC classes that provides hands on scouting experiences during the school day for students with disabilities. The leaders of the troops are the classroom teachers and teacher assistants.
The scouts are registered members of Boy Scouts of America and Pines of Carolina (Girl Scouts) and experience modified activities that may lead to earning badges. In the past, activities have included attending jamborees, enjoying field trips, and participating in Days of Caring.
Finds mentors for youth who have at least one parent in prison. These children are also able to participate in our weekly Interpersonal Skills sessions.
Offers a wide variety of services, including emergency assistance with food, clothing, firewood, serving at risk kids, house repairs for elderly or low income families and household items. Programs provided are Adult Reading, Emergency Assistance, Nehemiah & Find-A-Friend
Provides the juvenile court system an alternative to help deter young people ages 6-19 from placement into training schools. The youth participating are presently involved, or at risk of becoming involved, in the court system.