Alumna Story: Katrina
As a teenager I was isolated and felt very alone. I had few friends and my family was unable to provide any emotional support or comfort. I learned not to trust people. At The Attic the adults cared about me and for the first time I felt like I mattered.
Youth Story: Margot
The Attic helped me learn more about myself, about who I am and who I want to be.
Youth Story: AnDrea
Since my first day at The Attic, I have learned so much, not only about myself, but about my community. I learned just how resilient I am, and to believe in my potential. I learned that my voice matters and to give myself roses and credit for my experiences.
Youth Story: Jalyn
The attic has helped me in a lot of good ways, giving me a free cooked meal, providing me with resources and a therapist, but most of all the attic has given me a space to go when I need somewhere to just breath and have fun
Youth Story: Anaiia
The Attic has impacted my life in many positive ways. The people there have taught me to be myself, and to be proud of who I am.
Alumni Story: Kyle
The Attic provided me with so many opportunities and experiences, all of which helped me to become the person I am today.
Youth Story: Alex
Over the past four years, The Attic has provided the space, resources, and language that helped me become the confident and outspoken person that I am today.
Alumni Story: Ibrahim
When I stepped through the doors of The Attic, I wasn’t sure what I would find. I was looking for a place where I could be myself, peers who would affirm my identity, and role models to show me that my life could mean something. I found all of that and more.
Youth Story: Micah
During my time at The Attic, I have discovered how to be resilient, humble, open-minded, and respectful. I have learned how to listen and how to relate to different people.
Youth Story: Pau’laijha
I was lost and depressed, just looking for new friends to share my summer with.