LEAP provides group mentoring, counseling, career readiness, community service learning opportunities, and other enriching programs. Our target population is youth ages 11 to 18 in Montgomery County in addition to Ft Campbell, KY. Students do not have to be at-risk or troubled to participate.

To refer or enroll a child into our program submit this Referral Intake Form to us then either via email info@leaporg.net, fax 931-274-0929, or mail/deliver it to 1860 Wilma Rudolph Blvd Clarksville, TN 37040

The program is free of charge to participants; however, we will bill insurance providers for behavioral health counseling services if needed with no co-pays charged to parents.

We provide van transportation from school to our facility on assigned days then transport the students home:

  • Mondays – Northeast & West Creek
  • Tuesdays – Kenwood & Northwest
  • Thursdays – Clarksville High, Rossview, & Montgomery Central

Programs Description

Program Eligible Participants Program Overview
Homework Club All participants, but mandatory for those with failing grades Volunteers will supervise participants performing homework and help when needed. Progress Reports and Report Card grades will be entered in a data base to track progress.
Healthy Choices All participants, but mandatory for Court Ordered/DCS referred participants or those who fail initial drug screen or report issues with anger. Participants will undergo Too Good for Drugs and Violence, receive random regular drug screens, and receive one on one counseling.
Life Skills Open to voluntarily enrolled participants and those that complete Healthy Choices Monthly themes will be developed with weekly interactive activities that reinforce the following themes. August – Team Building, September – Self-Esteem/Peer Pressure, October – Problem Solving, November – Nutrition/Health & Wellness, December – Community Service, January – Goal Setting, Februrary – Public Speaking, March – College Prep, April – Financial Literacy, May – Etiquette.
Career Readiness Open to voluntarily enrolled participants and those that complete Healthy Choices that are 15 to 18 years’ old Participants will complete the JumpStart Success curriculum, participate in at least one work place tour, and receive job placement assistance upon program completion
Torch Club Open to participants recruited to participate Select participants and alumni undergo a fraternal leadership program process to join the Tau Psi Omicron Fraternity Inc
Social Time Open to all participants Participants can hang out in computer lab, rec room, lounge, and outside to socialize. Food is also made available.


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