About YAMM

We vision at-risk youth and families building resiliency through teamwork, critical thinking, and self-confidence to achieve self-sufficiency.

We encourage and guide at-risk youth and young adults as a community-based alternative through empowerment, enrichment, and academic tutoring that results in self-moral maturity.

We place a positive focus on entrepreneurship enabling youth and young adults to achieve moral maturity. Further resulting in better decision-making regarding education, finances, career options, ceasing the entertainment of criminal activities, community engagement, and leadership, which lead to better lifestyles.


What we do: 

We mentor young men and ladies through active learning behavior mentoring programs designed to provide guidance in areas of:

Morals
Lifestyle
Academic
Active community participation
Talents and Skills
Self-control
Anger management
Acceptance of responsibility
Entrepreneurship

By focusing on these areas, we can guide young men and ladies in understanding what moral standards are and how to utilize them properly.We also encourage and promote healthier living through lifestyle recognition of the pros and cons and how to adjust them to positive actions.

Meet Our President/CEO

Kamm Galloway

Founder and President of Youth Achieving Moral Maturity

Kamm is the founder and president of YAMM. Kamm is dedicated to assisting and guiding those she meets. She has a passion for the needs and development of young children and youth adults as well as parents and individual adults. She has been mentoring since age 15 in her community.

Kamm received her B.S. in Criminal Justice, Cum Laude, from North Carolina Central University. She had always wanted to make a difference in the life of children. During her studies, she foresaw detained and at-risk youth and young adults becoming law-abiding citizens although views from society did not look promising. Therefore, Kamm created, planned, and implemented her passion to see-- Youth Achieving Moral Maturity.​​​​

Kamm believes over half of the young men and ladies who are at risk of offending can be turned around with the guidance she, her staff, and volunteers provide. She also believes there is nothing too difficult for God to turn around from negative to positive, where the impossible is possible. Therefore, Kamm's motto is "Walk by faith, not by sight". She plans to take our young men and ladies to moral maturity, and in the near future, establish a female-based sexual abuse counseling service for youth ladies ages 10-15.