Tim Elmore/Growing Leaders — Growing Leaders is a nonprofit organization focused on youth leadership development. Through relevant and innovative events and resources, we equip the next generation and the parents, teachers, coaches and mentors who shape their lives.
Search Institute — Search Institute studies and works to strengthen the developmental relationships that help young people acquire the 40 Developmental Assets that are reinforced by developmental communities where young people's success is everyone's top priority.
Indiana Youth Institute — The Indiana Youth Institute promotes the healthy development of Indiana children and youth by serving the people, institutions and communities that impact their well-being.
Bolster Collaborative — Bolster Collaborative, a division of Vision Training Associates Inc., provides the most current, practical resources to professionals, volunteers and parents who serve the positive development of young people.
Child Development Institute — The mission of Child Development Institute is to become the “go to” site for parents for information, products and services related to child development, psychology, health, parenting, learning, media, entertainment and family activities, as well as to connect with other parents, professional experts organizations and other useful websites.
Dekko Resources — The Dekko Foundation has the mission of fostering economic freedom through education. Each investment made by Dekko is designed to help young people gain skills, knowledge and character that will prepare them for a life that offers the maximum opportunity for personal independence and choice.
Adolescent Health — During the transition from childhood to adulthood, adolescents establish patterns of behavior and make lifestyle choices that affect both their current and future health. Serious health and safety issues such as motor vehicle crashes, violence, substance use and risky sexual behaviors can adversely affect adolescent and young adults. Environmental factors such as family, peer group, school and community characteristics also contribute to adolescents' health and risk behaviors.