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Dancing with the Stars! March 5th at the Montrose Pavilion

Voyager is participating in CASA's annual Dancing with the Stars Competition Event March 5th at the Montrose Pavilion. You can purchase tickets to the dress rehearsal/matinee at 2 or the performance at 6:30 (be sure to type Voyager in the text upon buying your matinee ticket). Or you can purchase Premium Supporter tickets to the 6:30 show that include the 5:00 opening reception through Voyager.

Click here to purchase Premium Supporter tickets


Teen Montrose Recreation Day!

Teens! Join us for a day of fun at the Montrose Recreation Center on February 21 10:30-4:00pm
Contact Alex at 970-318-1218 for more info!

Welcome to Voyager Youth Program!

Voyager Youth Program seeks to inspire the youth of Ouray County to achieve healthy lives through prevention education and experiential activities with a purpose.

We work in partnership with local schools and other organizations to create a community that encourages healthy choices and helps youth to avoid substance abuse and other risk behaviors.

Office of Behavioral Health Grant

Voyager is proud to announce that we've received a five year grant from the Colorado Office of Behavioral Health to fund our prevention activities. This grant allows us to continue providing evidence-based substance abuse prevention education in the Ouray and Ridgway School Districts, and to offer several new resources to youth and parents in Ouray County to reduce underage substance use. These include parent education, service and leadership activities for teens, and a drop in center where teens can relax when school is not in session! Contact Executive Director Lisa Thomason for more information.

  • Communities That Care Grant

    Ouray County Public Health and Voyager Youth Program are partnering to utilize Colorado's Communities That Care grant. This grant is designed to effect systemic change on a community level. Voyager is acting as subcontractor to oversee and guide the Ouray County Drug Free Community Coalition, which consists of a minimum of twelve participants from various components of our community.