There's Room at the Club for You!
Where Futures Are Great
Friendships are Built
Individuality is Celebrated
Great Futures Start Here
Whatever It Takes To Be Great!
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Colorado provides a safe, positive place for kids in the Craig and Steamboat Springs communities. Our Clubs have full time, part time, and junior staff youth development professionals. These professionals mentor, teach and play with the youth we serve. We offer programming after school, school days off, and summer camps.
At the Clubs, members are involved in educational and fun youth-developmental programs that give each child a sense of competence, power to influence decisions, usefulness and belonging–all qualities which will help them make the most of their lives and become the leaders of today and tomorrow.
You must register and have a current $25 membership prior to attending the Clubs.
Summer Camp Registration will open on April 6th, 7am. Space is limited so do not delay!
Scholarships are available please contact firstname.lastname@example.org in Steamboat and email@example.com in Craig. You will need the code to register with a scholarship. Once you are accepted into the program more detailed information regarding programming, safety protocols and child expectations will be sent to you.
Boys & Girls Club Fun includes: STEAM, Homework Help, Financial Literacy, Outdoor adventures, SPARK programs, Healthy habits, Mindful Art, Field Trips, running club and more fun!
We look forward to seeing you at the Club!
Craig: 1324 US-40, Craig, CO 81625
Mailing: PO Box 1251 Craig, CO 81626
Steamboat: 325 8th St, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
Mailing: PO Box 776410 Steamboat Springs CO 80477
Healthy Bodies/Healthy Minds
UCHealth and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Colorado have come together to offer a unique program that will touch over 300 of our Club members. The Healthy Bodies and Healthy Minds programming will help our youngest citizens develop wellness techniques to care equally for their mind and body for a lifetime. The program will also teach youth how to engage in self-care and not look to self-medicate, preventing the use of substances.
The Club will create increased opportunities for active play, mindfulness, substance prevention programs and quality time with caring adult role models. Programs started in the teen center on October 1 and in the lower Club on October 19. the programming will include:
SMART Moves (Skills, Mastery, and Resistance Training) is the primary prevention program along with Marijuana Education Initiative.
Mindfulness will be taught through 5 senses activities, “Spidey Sense” and Yoga.
Active play will include moderate to vigorous exercise in fun and engaging games that are age appropriate.