Catch Young Visionaries on TBN w/ Father Mike, a TV interview on TBN and TCC. Terrance Stone the CEO of Visionary Youth shares about his eventful life as well as how he helps out troubled youth find meaning in life through Visionary Youth.
Young Visionaries May 20, 2014 Gala
Young Visionaries Youth Leadership Academy will be having our Fourth Annual Youth Excellence Awards Gala “Iron Sharpens Iron.” The Community Excellence Award is given to someone in the community that is an outstanding citizen and represents the community in an upstanding way. We will also be honoring 2 community youth with our “Corners 2 College Scholarships. At this year’s, are honored to present San Bernardino 3rd District County Supervisor James Ramos as the keynote speaker, and with the actor Kenny G and Dianna Webbe from KGGI as our host and co-host. Read the rest of this entry »
SAN BERNARDINO — Terrance Stone started out with a backpack and a dream.
Part of the “dream” was a clean four-bed home on the north side of town.
Young Visionaries Youth Leadership Academy has just opened the home as a runaway and homeless youth shelter, open 24/7.
The house is the only youth shelter in the city and one of only two youth shelters in San Bernardino County, according to Young Visionaries founder and CEO Terrance Stone.
“I’m really committed to this 1,000 percent,” Stone said. “Our staff is here 24/7 and we’re always busy because we’re in the business of saving lives.”
Last Friday, October 28th, the 2011 National Gang Threat Assessment report was released. In the report, San Bernardino County, California, ranked third nationally with 40,558 identified gang members. Cook County, Illionis came in second with 60,125 identified gang members. Los Angeles County took first place with 68,208, according to FBI numbers.
Although Young Visionaries has centers in multiple states, San Bernardino is where the organization’s central office is located, and where the group orginated. The report reflects the enormous need to help at-risk youth within YVYLA’s home service area. San Bernardino County Supervisor, Neil Derry, said the proliferation of gang members in the county is a demographic trend dating back more than 20 years, tied to a migration of low-income families from neighboring counties seeking more affordable housing. Read more…