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Changing Course Foundation
PO Box 1646
Changing Course was founded in 1998 from a strong desire to help people make good choices.
In 1998 we began our first Summer Camp program for juvenile probationers that was a week long and gave these youth the opportunities to ride horses, rock climb, p...
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Programs for all types of groups from School to Corporate | Changing Course Foundation
Cathi Neal is the Founder and the Executive Director of Changing Course Foundation, a non-profit organization that works with groups to develop leadership, teambuilding and trust.
also ran a boys ranch from 2011-2014, and has recently developed a Christian counseling program.
Cathi has many attributes to help Changing Course Foundation be a success, she is an ACCT Trained Challenge Course Manager, holds a Bachelors of Science in Criminal Justice with a minor in Forensic Psychology and a Masters of Science in Management with a Change Leadership Emphasis, and is currently working on her PHD in Christian Counseling.
is a published author of the book titled Genesis: An Addict's Viewpoint.
has 7 years experience in training Boy Scout Leaders to become directors for the Boy Scouts'
challenge course program called C.O.P.E. (Challenging Outdoor Personal Experience) and 18 years' experience training facilitators for various challenge courses across Texas.
She is also a member of the ACCT (Association of Challenge Course Technology).
Cathi founded Changing Course Foundation out of the desire to help others make better life decisions.
is dedicated to providing opportunities that enhance the growth and stability of the people that come into her
Way to live a peaceful and joyful life | Changing Course Foundation
By Cathi Neal
Texas born, Cathi
began a journey in 1997 that brought to her
life peace, joy and contentment.
A recovering addict not just from drugs but from her
own self destructive behaviors, Cathi
has discovered a way to live.
She raised three children, Mistie, Jonathan and Leah, founded a non-profit organization, Changing Course Foundation that works with at-risk and adjudicated youth.
love for the outdoors and helping others has taken her
on many adventures.
decision to write and publish this book was out of her
desire that everyone find the peace that she
displays in her
life and is learning more about everyday.
Life and Business Coaching | Changing Course Foundation
Well Cathi Neal with Changing Course Foundation can help you make your dream a reality.
WCMessenger.com: Calling all skaters: Skatefest ‘06
"Skatefest is going to become a primary fund-raiser for Changing Course," said Cathi Neal, founder and executive director of Changing Course.
said the event's costs are roughly $3,500.
The foundation has offered several programs to Wise County youth, and those programs have been successful, Neal
"This is a mission and a passion in my life," Neal
For more information on Skatefest '06, call Haney at (940) 399-6961 or Neal
at (214) 477-2673.
Wise County Messenger Online
Bringing Big Brothers Big Sisters to Wise County came out of a discussion of the Wise Area Youth Council, which is co-chaired by Cathi Neal and Kim Tinkham.
..."We have been looking for programs to bring to Wise County to help the youth," said Neal, who is also the director of the Changing Course Foundation.
Other programs, like the YMCA, were examined, but all had a price tag attached to them, making it more difficult to get something started in Wise County
"Big Brothers Big Sisters
does not cost anything," Neal
After the initial Wise Area Youth council meeting, Neal
, Tinkham and Barham contacted Big Brothers Big Sisters
After the mentors have been recruited, Neal
said, they must go through a training process that will most likely be held in the latter part of July.
After the Bigs have been selected and trained, Neal
said, applications will be accepted for Littles.
When school starts, Neal
said, all of the schools in the area will be notified about Big Brothers Big Sisters