Tuesday nights, our Girls of Grace and Real Men groups combine to enjoy a family style dinner, and reflect on their weeks. Our teens learn to grow from one another and learn practical practical skills to build confidence, self-esteem, coping skills and trust!
Thursdays 6- 8Pm
Thursday nights, our Girls of Grace and Real Men groups combine to enjoy a family style dinner while merging lessons from the Bible and real life.
Who are our groups
Girls of Grace
The Girls of Grace group is a group of young ladies who seek a safe community to process the daily stresses of life. Teens who participate in this group seek to gain confidence, self-esteem, coping skills and trust, through a nurturing environment providing hope, empowerment and unconditional love.
The Real Men of Quincy House are a group of young men who seek a safe community to process the daily stresses of life. Teens who participate in this group seek to gain trust, coping skills & practical life skills through a nurturing environment providing hope, empowerment and unconditional love.
For more information on our programs, please contact our Program Director, Tami, at 651-230-1829 or at Tami@quincyhouse.org.
At Quincy House, we're all about setting our teens up for successful futures! High school is a time filled with stress from all directions. At Quincy House, we aim to relieve some of this stress by providing a space for students to complete homework with assistance from tutors when available, as well as provide accountability. Homework help is available. Teens need to connect with their leaders to set this up.
Quincy has previously volunteered at First Covenant Church providing a hot meal to the homeless that are sheltered there. We've additionally given our time to Feed My Starving Children and have had our teens help pack over 800 snack packs for local families! These have been great experiences and reminded our youth of the importance of helping others.
Quincy Gives Back is our time to have Quincy kids give back to the community who gives so much to them! We strive to teach these young adults the importance of serving others. If you have any need or ideas for ways Quincy can help you, Executive Director, Tami at 651-230-1829 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.