a support organization that raises funds for alternative peer group and adventure learning services. Alternative peer groups (APGs) rely on positive peer pressure to maintain a healthy culture for both adolescents and their families. Supervised after-school activities (satellites), social functions, 12-step meetings, and parent-driven family training comprise the outreach program of the APG. Adventure Learning is another effective way to encourage healthy decision-making and build self-esteem. By taking teens and their families through rigorous training and preparation followed by outdoor adventures that challenge their bodies, minds, and spirits, adventure learning replaces old habits with healthy alternatives while building character and leadership skills.
A donation to Cornerstone funds effective programming that reunites families who have splintered or broken under the weight of unhealthy adolescent behavior.
CORNERSTONE IS NOT...
a treatment program. Cornerstone funds but does not directly provide services or activities. Cornerstone does not hold a chemical dependency treatment license from the Texas Department of State Health Services and does not engage in activity requiring a license under Texas Health and Safety Code Chapter 464 or 25 Texas Administrative Code Chapter 448.