Our Club site in Mission is housed in a former bowling alley/restaurant (West End Bowl). This remodeled space serves youth primarily from Todd County Elementary, Middle and High Schools. In the summer of 2017 the last half of the building, which used to be the bowling lanes, was renovated to create our teen center. The Mission site serves approximately 80 elementary and 30 middle school youth daily.



The Rosebud Club site is housed in a former bingo hall. This Club site includes a rock climbing wall, bouldering cave, and outdoor basketball court. The Rosebud site serves approximately 40 elementary youth daily, primarily from Rosebud Elementary and St. Francis Indian School.


The Parmelee Club site is our newest site that opened in the summer of 2018. The Club is currently located in the community center. This is our most rural Club site and serves youth from Parmelee, He Dog, and Upper Cut Meat communities. The Parmelee Club site serves approximately 30 youth daily.