Whether it's individualized help, peer support or
groceries that our students need, we're there for them.

Northmen Den Youth Services makes a difference!

We nourish our students by providing food, mentoring, and tutoring in a manner that respects dignity and individuality while sustaining dreams.

What We Do

Tutoring

Our after-school tutoring program offers a structured and non-judgmental learning experience for Middle School and High School students. With a one-on-one, face to face style of learning, students who are struggling to keep up academically will receive the individualized attention needed to succeed. 

Group Mentoring

Our mentoring program is open to 8th graders – 11th graders in a small group between 10 – 15 students with 3 trained mentors. Participants learn from each other and see that peers in their age range have similar situations and feelings as they work together.

Youth Food Pantry

Our fifteen school-based youth pantries function to provide students, aged 11 to 18, with necessary food and supplies that they may not otherwise have. Most live in limited income households with a lack of resources and we’re happy to step in and help thanks to the generous support of our donors and volunteers.

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Northmen Den Youth Services makes a difference!

We nourish our students by providing food, mentoring, and tutoring in a manner that respects dignity and individuality while sustaining dreams.

"The smallest act of kindness is worth more than the grandest intention."

-Oliver Wilde

Mentoring 8th graders – 11th Graders to Reach Their True Potential

Integrity, self-discipline, determination, and initiative are just some of the necessary skills students need to succeed both in and out of school. That’s why our 2023-2024 School Year mentoring curriculum includes; Habitudes for Building Character: The Art of Self-Leadership, Character Spark, and Character Strong. Reaching over 1.2 million students in 10,000 high schools.

In the podcast, Kathy has guests on the show to talk about youth issues within the schools. From food insecurities to mental health, they listen to people with stories and use the podcast to try to find ways that everyone is able to help with the youth growing up in our world.

Students in Need of Assistance add: Emmet County Students in Need of Assistance

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