Pathways Youth Program

Culturally Sensitive Care for Youth

  • Every Week Monday – Thursday

    2 PM – 6 PM (MST)

    Puente de Hózhó Middle School

The NACA Pathways Youth Program is a substance use prevention program tailored for Native American youth and their families, in the Flagstaff community, who can benefit from a supportive and nurturing environment.

We provide information and education on developing and maintaining healthy lifestyles to youth and their families.

The program is designed to be culturally and age appropriate. Pathways offers afterschool and some weekend activities that promote self-esteem, educational enrichment, physical fitness, traditional practices, and cultural values, to children in grades 1st through sixth, and their families.

The program is free of charge to eligible youth and their families. For more information, reach out to the Pathways Program Coordinator, Kateri Slim, at