Our Community, Our Youth, Our Future
Neighbors Acting Together Helping All

Youth Summer Report

Read the final report detaling the students accomplishments in our Community Health Promoters Summer Youth Transition Program.
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"I Choose" Campaign

In honor of the 2015 National Drug Facts week, Community Health Promoters; Sarah & Jaidyn (PHS), Imani ( JMHS) and Charisma (Marshall HS) learned why their peers have joined them in making the choice to be drug free!


Thank you parents for the delicious food, along with the Pasadena Police and Spark of Love for donating stuffed animals and toys for our annual holiday celebration.
For the 5th year in a row, Treasure Little Children provided for 28 COOL kids and their families with toys and lunch during their community holiday party.
MISSION: To create a community with a youth-centered perspective promoting self-sufficiency and enhancing individual capacity to advocate for and maintain a healthy, vibrant, and safe community.
Thank you to Boris Zhang, USC, School Of Cinematic Arts, Masters of Arts Production  who produced the documentary during his internship.

NATHAs Wish List

​NATHA and our COOL program needs your help! We have a Wish List with some items that we would love your help in acquiring! 
We are looking for donations of the following:
Gift Cards – From $10 and up
Newspapers & Magazines
Toilet paper rolls and Aluminum cans
Empty Water bottles in small and gallon sizes
Paper Plates & Styrofoam cups
Empty 2-liter bottles
Crayons & Markers
Small Toys
Have any questions regarding donations? Feel free to call the Office at (626) 794-5889 or NATHARebuilds@gmail.com
COOL Kids are using their imagination to make art out of clay. Armory of the Arts is providing 4 weeks of art enrichment; twice a week during our after-school program.
Hundreds of families and friends attended the 11th Annual Lincoln Village Festival; celebrating the diversity  of youth, families, residents, businesses and community organizations. The free event was sponsored in part by a Drug Free Communities grant and many partners.  Lt. John Luna, Pasadena Police Department & Former Boardmember, Harry Washington, NATHA Founding Member and Mayor Bill Bogaard were all honored for their dedication to NATHA and the community.

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Our Partners

To facilitate the thousands of hours of free/low cost services provided to our youth and famlies, NATHA relies on the generous monetary and in-kind contributions from the following:
Armory Center for the Arts
City of Hope/CCARE
City of Pasadena
County of Los Angeles / Antonovich
Dodger Foundation
Drug Free Communities
Dwight Stuart Foundation
Edison International
First 5 LA
FilAm TV
Gramy Museum
Museum of Tolerance
OnWeb Television
Pasadena International Film Festival
Pasadena Journal
Pasadena Police Dept
Pasadena Public Health Dept
Pasadena Unified School District
Patron Saints Foundation
Rose Hills Foundation
Salvation Army/Sparks of Love
San Marino Community Church
Southern California Edison
Sugimoto Family Fund
Treasure Little Children
Wacker Chemical Corporation

Contact Us

Main Office
2023 Lincoln Avenue
Pasadena, California 91103
Phone: (626) 794-5889
Fax: (626) 794-7824
Youth Programs Location
John Muir High School
1905 Lincoln Avenue
Pasadena, California 91103
Bungalow # G-222
Phone: (626) 421-6736