Register  for   our programs


To register for an SOS Outreach program you need to know the session number for your specific program. If you do not know your session number, please speak with the local youth agency coordinator or call 970-926-9292 or email your SOS Outreach office.


Para inscribirse en un programa de SOS Outreach, necesita saber el número de sesión para su programa específico. Si usted no sabe su numero de sesión, por favor hable con el coordinador de su escuela o agencia de juventud (con la cual usted participa en SOS Outreach), o alternativamente puede llamar 970-926-9292 o escribir a su oficina local de SOS Outreach.

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SOS Outreach locations map

Eagle County, Colorado (Edwards)
450 Miller Ranch Road,
Edwards, CO 81632 

Contact our Eagle County office


Summit County, Colorado (Frisco)
110 3rd Avenue South
Frisco, CO 80443

Contact our Summit County office


Denver, Colorado
3532 Franklin St., Suite J
Denver, CO 80205 

Contact our Denver office


North Lake Tahoe, NV
948 Incline Way
Incline Village, NV 89451

Contact our North Lake Tahoe office


South Lake Tahoe, CA
3053 Harrison Ave. Unit #204
South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150

Contact our South Lake Tahoe office


Park City, UT
1283 Deer Valley Dr.
Park City, UT 84060

Contact our Park City office

How old must a child be to participate in SOS Outreach?

SOS works with youth in 4th grade and up.

How can I get my group or child involved in a summer or winter program with SOS Outreach?

Contact the SOS location closest to you! SOS currently has programs throughout the US with full-time office locations in Denver, CO; Frisco, CO; Edwards, CO; Park City, UT; North Lake Tahoe, NV, and South Lake Tahoe, CA as well as part-time offices in Seattle, WA; Yakima, WA; Portland, OR; Durango, CO; Steamboat Springs, CO; Leadville, CO; Chicago, IL; Detroit, MI; Minneapolis, MN. For more information, contact us by email or call us at 970.926.9292.

My child doesn’t have any winter sports or outdoor gear. Can my child still participate?

Absolutely! SOS has a large inventory of jackets, snow pants, goggles, and gloves, for winter programs, as well as everything necessary for hiking and camping including tents, sleeping bags, sleeping pads, and backpacks. In our introductory program, all equipment and winter clothing is provided should your child need it.  As youth progress to the mentoring program, we are still able to provide all of the winter clothing and there are options in many locations to purchase ski/snowboard equipment at a very discounted rate.

Is there any cost for students to participate?

There is a fee for service in order to participate in SOS’s programs. The fee covers a portion of program expenses and with support from our corporate sponsors and generous donors, SOS Outreach covers the remainder of the necessary expenses. Please contact your local program contact for pricing.

What does “underserved” really mean?

The kids we help are at a disadvantage because of things like their address and socioeconomic status, not their spirit. In fact, our kids are optimistic, resilient and ready to work hard. They simply don’t have the same access to resources and information that many of us did, which prepared us for life as an adult. Risk factors we look at include – among others – poor attendance in school, low grades, speaking English as a second language, exposure to drugs and alcohol, involvement with the court system, and low household income. In general, we recruit participants who are dealing with at least two of our risk factors. View our Participant Assessment Form to see if your child could benefit from our programs.

Still have questions?

Please feel free to call us at 970.926.9292 or email us at