ICAN Youth Programs
- ICAN Youth Registration Information (summer registration deadline is May 9!)
- Substance Abuse & Gang Prevention
- Daily Homework Help & Academic Assistance
- Social & Leadership Development
- Health, Nutrition & Fitness
- Job Skills Development
ICAN Youth Registration Information
Youth can be registered in person at the ICAN Lon E. Hoeye Youth Center at 650 E. Morelos St.in Chandler (Monday-Friday between 10am-6pm). Parents of any new youth to ICAN are required to attend a short orientation in English or Spanish, with dates available weekly.
For any questions contact ICAN’s Senior Vice President of Programs & Community Impact at (480) 874-7591 or email@example.com.
Download and print the registrations forms here:
Substance Abuse & Gang Prevention
ICAN provides nationally recognized programs proven effective to develop the core social competencies among youth that prevent substance abuse, gang violence, and juvenile delinquency. These programs are demonstrated to be cost effective in preventing the future need for behavioral health and correctional services. Youth participating in ICAN’s prevention programs will show a 10% increase in social competencies.
Daily Homework Help & Academic Assistance
Providing curriculum based education programs and homework assistance/tutoring increases positive attitudes towards school, while reducing a child’s likelihood of engaging in self-destructive and delinquent behaviors. ICAN’s educational programs are needed to promote and sustain educational success. We are committed to providing our youth with learning experiences that will engage them in the acquisition of skills, which will support their development and academic performance.
Social & Leadership Development
At ICAN, we help youth develop life skills to balance school, family and often work responsibilities in a way that is smart, healthy and safe. In ICAN programs, youth develop social competencies related to positive decision-making, resiliency skills, communication skills, conflict resolution skills, and many others essential life skills.
Health, Nutrition & Fitness
Today nearly one in three youth is overweight. ICAN’s Healthy Lifestyles programs promote health and wellness by focusing on physical activity and healthy food choices for the prevention of diseases. The purpose of our Healthy Life Styles initiative is to integrate the health-related issues into the lives of our youth with a view toward changing behaviors of those within our programs.
Job Skills Development
In the ICAN target community, the unemployment rate is 70% higher than in all of Chandler. ICAN provides opportunities to develop the necessary job skills, leadership skills, and teamwork abilities to become independent, productive and self sufficient members of our community. Our youth are faced with multiple challenges and we are committed to providing our youth opportunities to develop the necessary skills to meet these challenges and break the cycle of unemployment and poverty through our comprehensive job skills programs for teens.