Services Offered

Thaise Students on a College Tour
Thaise Students at Bethune Cookman University
  1. TEET, Inc. serves at-risk youth ages 10-17 and their families. The youth participate in In-School and In-Home Counseling/Mentoring. The youth 13 to 17 attend the After School Enrichment and Tutoring Program. The Enrichment Program provides the following classes: Job Skills, Drug Prevention, Pregnancy Prevention, Anger Management, Life Skills, HIV/ AIDS Awareness, Conflict Resolution and Etiquette. After the students complete the Job Skills classes they are placed on jobs in the community and are monitored on the jobs for several months.


  2. The students attend educational and recreational outings in the community. They attend local events, museums, art galleries, theaters and amusements attractions.
  3. Quarterly, the youth attend college tours throughout Florida. During Spring Break and the summer they attend college tours out of state. As they are touring the colleges they visit museums, historical sites and amusement attractions. Our purpose is to expose and enlighten them so that they will desire and strive for more out of life.
  4. TEET, Inc. has a Speaker’s Bureau where professionals from the community speak to the youth about their professions, thereby giving them an opportunity to be exposed to a variety of careers and professionals.
  5. TEET, Inc. provides educational, career counseling, assessments and referral services.
  6. TEET, Inc. provides individual, family and group counseling/mentoring daily to at-risk students and their families as needed.
  7. TEET, Inc. provides case management services.
  8. TEET, Inc. also partners with other agencies and makes referrals as necessary.
  9. TEET, Inc. provide parenting classes TEET, Inc. accepts referrals from law enforcement, school counselors, teachers, behavior specialists, truant officers, principals, parents, relatives, clergy, juvenile justice workers, other agencies, social workers, concerned citizens, etc.