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The mission of Rupert’s Kids is to empower our participants to

discover their inner strengths, realize their own self-worth and

recognize their value to society.

June 27, 2019


The Where House

Opened January 2020


Rupert's Kids Particpant

"I found Rupert's Kids through Community Service.  I'm on house arrest for driving without a license. Rupert was the only one who would give me a chance.   I like what he is trying to do, so decided to stay, because I also like helping people." 

This participant has been with us for just over 2 months.  In that amount of time, he has proven himself to be reliable and an independent worker.   He is quickly becoming a leader able to help guide the work crew.


Rupert's Kids Particpant

“When I was released from jail in November, I looked for a job with no success.  I came to Rupert in March. He is helping me get back on my feet.”

This participant was charged with possession of meth and has been clean for over a year.  A friend referred him to Rupert's Kids. He has been with us for 4 months. He recently got married and has just found a house to rent. 


Rupert's Kids Particpant

“I wasn't doing anything, except staying in my room.  Rupert helped me get out to do more things and now I feel more involved in the community.”

This participant was brought in by his parent, because she was concerned about the choices he was making.  He has been with us since December 2018. He has recently completed his GED.

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