Boys & Girls Club of Flagstaff

Native Services


Residential Hall After-School Program

T’iisyaakin Residential HallHolbrook, AZ

MONDAYS | 4:30PM – 6:00PM

Flagstaff Bordertown DormitoryFlagstaff, AZ

TUESDAYS | 4:30PM – 5:45PM


Winslow Residential HallWinslow, AZ

THURSDAYS | 4:00PM – 5:00PM

ABOUT US – Who We Are

Boys & Girls Club has been serving Native Youth in Northern Arizona since 2017; we’ve expected our impact to Flagstaff Bordertown Dormitory, T’iisyaakin and Winslow Residential Halls over the course of the years. Native Services is the nation’s largest youth service provider for Native youth – with its essential focus on Native history and culture using outcome-driven programs to target success. 


At each extension site, students will meet with the Native Services team to guide, challenge and support each of their aspirations through interactive and socially engaging activities to prepare for a #GreatFuture. Native Services assist in college prep, workforce readiness and/or military duty.


Become a Member to share your heritage, talents, abilities and resilience with others in Northern Arizona, and together support the growth and development of youth and make an impact for their Great Future. 



Diplomas to Degrees Native Adaptation 

Two-thirds of all jobs in the near future will require some level of postsecondary education or training. Diplomas to Degrees encourages teens to explore their interests and potential careers, helps them map the steps to gaining entry to a postsecondary institution that meets their needs, and develops in them the skills and attributes necessary to succeed after high school.

Youth of the Year

For more than 70 years, the Youth of the Year program has honored and celebrated the nation’s most inspiring teens and their incredible journeys. Stories of outstanding leadership, service, academic excellence and dedication to living a healthy lifestyle have made Youth of the Year America’s premier leadership and recognition program for teens. These amazing young people represent the voice and spirit of hope for America. Inspiring all kids to lead. 

Each year, one exceptional Club member is selected to be the National Youth of the Year, serving as an ambassador for Boys & Girls Club youth as well as a voice for all of our nation’s young people. Over the decades, these individuals have exemplified the Boys & Girls Club mission and are proof to the impact Clubs make in transforming and saving kids’ lives. National Youth of the Year winners have achieved success in a variety of industries, including entertainment, politics, business and sports.

Opioid and Substance Use Prevention

Opioid and Substance Use Prevention is a resource guide developed in conjunction with leading public health agencies to provide substance-use prevention strategies tailored to Boys & Girls Clubs.

Boys & Girls Clubs are uniquely positioned in their communities to be a key part of the solution, helping to prevent and reduce the negative impact of the opioid and substance use epidemic on youth by: 

– Providing high-quality youth development.
– Following and promoting a whole-child health approach.
– Implementing trauma-informed and promising prevention staff practices
– Building stronger community linkages that support substance use prevention

UPS Road Code

UPS Road Code is a global program that teaches safe driving techniques to teens and helps them to “Drive Change” in their communities. • Each participant in the program will be awarded a UPS Road Code Safe Driving for Teens certificate after completing the program.  The program focuses on different safety principles, from basic instruction to the consequences of risky behaviors such as talking on cell phones, texting or drinking while driving.

Career Launch

Career Launch is BGCA’s job-readiness and career preparation program for teens. It provides fun and interactive activities for youth ages 13 to 18 to explore a broad range of career areas, match their interest to career clusters and identify the skills and education needed for their particular career path. Career Launch is designed to support youth in preparing for their first job, internships, summer employment and so much more! The program offers multiple implementation models for staff, which provides maximum flexibility to successfully implement the program.

Money Matters

The new Money Matters curriculum features 25 fun and engaging facilitator-led sessions. Money Matters was designed using the latest research on financial education, behavioral economics and youth development. In our new curriculum, teens develop financial literacy skills that can lead them to workplace readiness, lifelong financial stability and overall success.

Power Hour

Power Hour: Making Minutes Count helps Club members ages 6-18 achieve academic success by providing homework help, tutoring, and high-yield learning activities and encouraging members to become self-directed learners. Printed program materials include a resource guide for program coordinators, homework helpers and tutors and a poster-sized Power Points chart for tracking and rewarding participants’ progress.
Contact the Native Services Team!


(928) 419-7137


[email protected]

Social Media:

Instagram @bgcf_nativeclubs
Facebook – BGCF Native Services


Support the Boys & Girls Club of Flagstaff

Boys & Girls Club of Flagstaff depends on generous individual gifts, fundraising events, and foundation support to help us reach thousands of youth each year. The money we raise allows us to keep our services affordable and sometimes even free!