Our teen center Incites confidence & empowerment through innovative community education & engagement.
We are an all-inclusive, youth driven and focused space, providing programming that is culturally relevant to teens in Yavapai County.
Help us fund the Launch Pad’s future home.
It’s BLAST OFF!
for The Launch Pad Teen Center’s
Can You See It?
The Can You See It? Capital Campaign Launch Party will be held at The Launch Pad’s future home. Many of our title sponsors will be on hand as volunteers and community partners. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children 6 and up. Tickets include event gift bag and one free non-alcoholic beverage. Opportunity to buy custom-engraved brick in support of The Launch Pad will also be available.
We Have the Power to Impact Our Kids’ Future, and We’re Doing Something About It.
The mission of The Launch Pad is to incite teen confidence and empowerment through innovative community education and engagement.
The Launch Pad facilitates this by providing teens in Yavapai County with educational and social opportunities that encourage learning, active community involvement, and the development of skills to become successful, empowered, contributing members of society. We serve all towns in Yavapai County including Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley, Cottonwood, and Sedona.
Powerful members of our community
The Launch Pad teen center is an all-inclusive space and does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, sexuality, class, religion, or ability. The Launch Pad is a youth driven and focused space, providing programming that is culturally relevant to teens in Yavapai County. We believe that youth are powerful agents for change in their own lives and in the lives of others, we believe they are the experts of their own lived experiences, and that the best way to serve youth is through love, compassion, stability, with a deep respect and belief in their capacity to be powerful members of our community.
Teens will no longer engage in substance abuse and other high risk behaviors in Yavapai County.
All teens in Yavapai County will have access to excellent mental health services and adult support and will not experience suicidal thoughts or yearnings.
Teens will no longer experience or engage in bullying in Yavapai County.
Teens will not experience discrimination or oppression on the basis of race, class, sexuality, ability, or gender. Teens in Yavapai County will be advocates for a just a peaceful world where everyone is welcome.
Teens in Yavapai County will have the opportunities, confidence, and tools necessary to fulfill their life’s aspirations.
Teens will be more actively involved in positively impacting their community.
Teens will feel prepared and confident to enter the workforce.
Yavapai County will be a community that actively values and supports youth, and understands that they are an integral part of our community.
Have a question? Want to get a hold of us? There are many ways:
302 Grove Avenue
Prescott, Arizona 86301
Teen Center Hours
Monday – Tuesday: 3-6pm
Thursday – Friday: 3-6pm
For programming & teen center activity questions or inquiries please contact: email@example.com
For general information or administrative support contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Heading West on E State Route 69 (coming from Prescott Valley), follow until you see the fork and take the left fork toward Gurley Street and the Business District.
Gurley Street will take you through Downtown Prescott.
Half a mile West of Downtown, turn right onto Grove Ave (just past N Summit Ave).
Take the 2nd left onto W Sheldon St, a right onto Garden Street, then turn right onto Grove Ave.
The Launch Pad at 302 Grove Ave, Prescott, AZ 86301 will be on your right.