What We Do

What We Do

What We Do

While providing a safe haven and programs designed to teach life skills is the objective, young men will be mentored and loved where they are. Activities fundamental to life and daily living skills will be a mainstay while encouraging

parents and caregivers to participate. There will be educational programs, including GED preparation, cultural and diversity awareness, health education, faith-based studies, mentoring, internship programs, drug treatment prevention, family counseling, and more.

While we reinforce the essentials of our education, we empower the pacesetters of our future! 

About Us

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Value Statement 

Value Statement 

Value Statement 

Value Statement 

Boys2Men believes that with the proper supportive relationships, the incorporation of evidence-based programming, and access to activities that expose them to new experiences expanding their possibilities, young black men will thrive.

Our mission is to empower vulnerable black males to become the best and fullest expression of themselves through tailored youth development programs and nurturing partnerships.

Our History

Our History

How We Do It

B2M will include Equine Assisted Psychotherapy -- an emerging field in which horses are used as a tool for emotional growth and learning. Using horses in group activities has shown to be a powerful resource in teaching relationship building, problem-solving, leadership skills, communication, assertiveness, and creative thinking. It has also been instrumental in character building, self-esteem, and self-worth.

How We Do It

How We Do It

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With the hard work of volunteers such as parents and the community,
alumni, board members, and the unrelenting passion of Dr. Jean Hudley,
B2M has developed a variety of programs and internships that elevate
the mindsets of the youth.

History will judge us by the difference we make in the everyday lives
of our children
– Nelson Mandela

Using classroom environments, face to face learning, weekend retreats
in different settings have all been used to be a powerful resource in
teaching relationship building, problem-solving, leadership skills,
communication, assertiveness, and creative thinking. It has also been
instrumental in character building, self-esteem, and self-worth of
these young men.
B2M will include Equine Assisted Psychotherapy -- an emerging field in
which horses are used as a tool for emotional growth and learning.
Using horses in group activities has shown to be a powerful resource
in teaching relationship building, problem-solving, leadership skills,
communication, assertiveness, and creative thinking. It has also been
instrumental in character building, self-esteem, and self-worth.

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THE MISSION

THE MISSION

THE MISSION