Savage-Prior Lake TreeHouse


6201 W 135th Street  -  Savage, MN 

At TreeHouse, we know that the path to hope is not a straight line. It takes a community to engage in the journey toward hope—one step after another, closer to a world in which teens are valued and seen as vital members of a community.  We believe our community consists of many individuals, doing their part, one step at a time.  When teens don't have positive voices in their lives, they can question their worth and make choices that affect their future.   We are on a mission to end hopelessness among our teens and to unleash their untold potential in communities everywhere!  We invite you to get involved!  For more information, reach out to Deb Bodensteiner, Scott County Area Director for more information.   Call  952-412-4430 or email (see above).   

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Help Su​pport TreeHouse

Our goal for GIVE to the Max today is $5000!  Give now through Nov. 18th! Your donation helps us to offer support groups and mentoring to students hurting and feeling hopelessness. Hopelessness is holding too many teens back. Teens need positive voices in their lives, they can question their worth and make choices that affect their future. Hopelessness looks like depression and anxiety, self-harm, isolation and avoidance, substance abuse and bullying and aggression. It costs approximately  $70 per month to offer services to a teen. Thank you for helping!  Click on the link below to give.  Thank you!

TreeHouse Student​ Interviews!

We love all our students!  We are excited to bring you a brief video from three of our students that we have impacted!  A huge thank you to those that have supported this ministry and helped us to accomplish our mission to end hopelessness among our students.  We are making a difference in the lives of teens.


We are having TreeHouse Support Group every Tuesday night at Bridgewood Church, 6:30pm meal time, 7 - 8:30pm program!  Support Group is all about providing peer-to-peer support and sharing life experiences and challenges.   We serve students 7th-12th grade!   We offer a free dinner and transportation is available upon request!   Our Mentoring program  is  on-going,  off-site and available to any student wanting to connect with a caring, loving adult.

​Cannon River Tubi​ng at Welch Mill 

Some of our New Prague and Savage-Prior Lake TreeHouse students enjoyed tubing  together on THURSDAY, August 12th!  We enjoyed a beautiful day at Welch Mill tubing the Cannon River.  So much fun, great time together!  Huge thank you to Tim, Jeff, and Jen for joining us as chaperones!

TreeHouse Student Registration & Release Forms

Please click here to download and print registration forms.

Student Enrollment Form

Student Release Form

Coming soon... Oct. 15th - Dec. 16th!

Thursday Night CONNECT Group

We will resume our Thursday night faith-based group on Thursday, Sept. 9th.  Always a free-meal at 6:30pm, program 7-8:30pm.  Transportation can also be arranged if needed.  We will begin with a four-week teaching on our unique TreeHouse Culture!  On October 15th, we will step into the fabulous new mini-series called The Chosen, the life of Jesus through the eyes of those that were here!  I especially love the character of Matthew!  A must-see mini-series complete with a study!  We will launch it on Sept. 30th!  Bring your friends, it could be life-changing!

Tuesday Support Group

Weekly, we create a safe space for teens to talk about what's really going on in their lives. Through Support Group, teens get to practice vulnerability and receive support from peers and trusted adults. Group meets every Tuesday evening! Our small group atmosphere is led by trained staff, beginning the evening with a free meal at 6:30 pm, program at 7 pm. Transportation is provided upon request.

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Thursday Connect Group

We gather a second time each week to intentionally learn more about our God-given purpose. These times are designed to help teens develop the spiritual and personal life skills needed to grow into healthy adults. This is a time for students to dig deeper into the challenging issues that hit home for them. We begin the evening with free dinner at 6:30 meal, 7 pm program.  We meet on Thursday evenings.  Transportation is also available upon request.

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When a teen joins TreeHouse, they have the opportunity to get connected with an adult mentor. Through this, teens get dedicated face to face time with a safe, caring, adult who serves as a consistent presence and a voice of love in their life. This is usually off-site and helps build relationships that offer support and accountability.

Growth Groups are hosted throughout the year, small groups of teens and staff focus on customized topic area like anger, self-harm, leadership, and forgiveness - creating a space for discussion and learning.

Also...Trips & Activities! These events are opportunities for teens to have fun, learn about themselves and connect with community. Such things as sporting events, service projects, social activities and retreats.

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