We aren’t fooling–April is bringing big changes to Youth M.O.V.E. NC!
After nearly 18 months, we bid a somber farewell to both Jadda Jeffries and Garron Rogers, Youth Coordinator and Youth Transition Director respectfully. Although Youth M.O.V.E. NC will miss seeing these fantastic individuals on a daily basis, we know that they are going on to pursue phenomenal endeavors. Jadda is shooting hoops in the land down under, that is she is playing Basketball professionally in Australia. Garron is leading worship and ministering to youth at his church in Winston Salem. Both Jadda and Garron are doing what they love, and are continually serving their communities! Kyle Reece is our new Youth Coordinator, and Lacy Flintall is our new Youth Transition Specialist. Kyle and Lacy are pumped about this new chapter for Youth M.O.V.E. NC and are hitting the ground running. Like Laurel & Hardy, Abbot & Costello, or Bruno Mars & Cardi B.-Kyle and Lacy plan to team up and help transform Youth M.O.V.E. into something even more spectacular and sensational!

Executive Director

NC Famlies United

336- 395-8828

NC Families United Transition Mentoring Services

Do you feel alone in making decisions about your future?  Are you confused about where you should live, work, or go to school?

We can help.

Transition refers to young people ages 14-26 who need help getting through high school, entering college, getting a job, or living on their own  We believe that the best way to help youth improve their lives and Plan for their future is through a youth-centered approach to transition preparedness.


We believe in the System of Care approach for youth.

What is the System of Care?

A spectrum of community based mental health and other necessary services which are organized into a coordinated network to meet the multiple and changing needs of youth and their families.

Transition Mentoring Services Activities

  • Providing one-on-one mentoring with our Program Director and Peer Mentor.
  • Developing a transition plan with and not for the youth and family that is strength based and use unique strength, values, attitudes and preferences of the child, family/caregiver and the community:
  • Identifying cultural competent and individualized formal and informal resources and services:
  • Engaging youth and their families in transition-related learning opportunities that adhere to the values and principals of System of Care.
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