JOIN US FOR FREE FITNESS CLASSES!
Tuesdays & Thursdays 6pm, Saturdays 7am
4746 SW 21st STREET, on the grounds of Trinity Presbyterian Church
FREE child care provided
Enjoy a variety of fitness formats:
Zumba, kickboxing, aerobics, boot camp, yoga
Our Mission Statement
empowerment of women has been the guiding concept of Florence
Crittenton Services for over a century. Our organization is an
outgrowth of one of the greatest philanthropic movements of all
time: Charles Crittenton opened the first Mission in 1883 in New
York City to rescue outcast women and girls. The movement spread
and was quickly established on a national level. The initial gift
to the Topeka area, $100, was made in 1900. Over the years the
objective has changed from rescue to services for pregnant women and
girls to prevention and advocacy for at-risk young women and, in turn,
women of all ages and backgrounds.
Crittenton Services will be at the forefront of innovative solutions
for at-risk, adolescent girls and their families—building a better
tomorrow, one girl at a time.
Crittenton Services offers hope for future independence to at-risk teenage girls and young women by providing innovative, evidence-based and culturally competent services within a supportive environment with a focus on wellness and educational opportunies.
Hope Inspiring young women to make positive lifestyle choices
Caring Giving others a sense of respect and self-worth
Education Providing the tools to build a bridge to a better life
Teamwork Accountability in each of us doing our best
Community Strengthening our families to make life better for everyone
Leadership Bringing our advocacy full-circle to support personal and professional growth for all women