Locations

Cornerstone operates three sites for youth in Southeast Allen County. The red shaded area is Cornerstone’s service area.

Allen County Service Area Black Ink

Monroeville Site – Operates year round
Cornerstone Youth Center
19819 Monroeville Rd.
Monroeville, IN 46773
260-623-3972

What happens at this site?

  • Home base of the organization.
  • This site serves youth in 7-12 grade.
  • Daily homework help, job skills and life skills programming, college and career readiness programming, family enrichment activities and other social events to engage youth/families.
  • For a complete list of our programs for this site, please visit our programs page.

New Haven SiteCornerstone Connections Project – Operates during school year
New Haven Middle School
900 Prospect Ave.
New Haven, IN 46774
260-316-2031

What happens at this site?

  • Program operates mid-Sept – mid-May
  • Offers programming Monday – Thursday for 6-8 graders.
  • Any student in grades 6-8 welcome regardless of school attended. Transportation home limited to students in EACS district.
  • Daily homework help, art enrichment, recreation, College and Career Readiness, STEM supplemental education and peer-to-peer relationship building
  • For information regarding this program, contact Program Director Lisa Lysaght – LLysaght@cornerstoneyc.org.

Heritage Elementary Site – Operates during school year with summer options
(*Site is contracted with the LEARN Resource Center of New Haven, IN)
Heritage Elementary
12050 Houk Road
Monroeville, IN 46773
Information: 260-749-9516
Site: 260.498.0061

What happens at this site?

  • Program operates mid-Sept – mid-May
  • School Year programming Monday – Friday for K-6 graders.
  • 2015 Summer Programming – June 1st – July 31st Program Hours: 7 AM – 5:30 PM
  • Summer LEARN Information Packet
  • Engage in a variety of educational and fun activities with emphasis
    in the area of math, literacy, and science.
  • Receive help with homework, have access to computers, and are able to
    participate in fine arts activities.
  • Are provided a nutritional snack each day.
  • Have opportunities to participate in scouting and 4-H programs.