The Urban Life Skills Juvenile Justice program is striving to not only teach our young people essential life skills such as anger management or substance abuse intervention; but also, to give them the opportunity to experience different things and meet new people. That is why we are excited to begin our collaboration with SGA Youth and Family Services and participate in their drum making curriculum. Our youth were able to learn about Puerto Rican culture through music and experience the therapeutic process of making their own drums. We are excited for this partnership and look forward to teaming up with more agencies throughout the city to provide our participants with as many pro-social connections as possible.