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Notice: Online registration is now closed for the Crestwood summer camp, Eureka! Teen Achievement, and the Teen Leadership programs.

As we are nearing full capacity for these programs, applications are now being taken by phone or by visiting the Crestwood Center. Online registration for the Walker County summer camp is still open.

To inquire about enrolling your child in:

Crestwood Summer camp, call Angela Eakins at (205) 599-5545.

Eureka! Teen Achievement, call Leigh Allison at (205) 599-5548.

Teen Leadership Program, call Crystalyn York at (205) 403-5244.

If you have already registered your child in one of our programs and wish to make a payment, click here.

Click the button above if you're ready to register or learn more about our programs first.


At Girls Inc. we have a vision of a world where every girl values her whole self and her inherent strengths, has opportunities to develop her potential, breaks past serious obstacles, and leads a healthy, educated, and successful life.

These girls then grow up to become accomplished women, role models, and leaders: creating positive change and breaking the cycle of limitations for their families, communities, institutions, and all of us.

This is what we do for Girls Inc. girls.

Today, girls continue to encounter significant obstacles to their well-being and success.

  • 1 in 4 girls will not finish high school.
  • 78% of girls are unhappy with their bodies by age 17.
  • 3 in 10 girls will become pregnant before the age of 20.
  • ​1 in 5 girls will be a victim of childhood sexual abuse.

THE GIRLS INC. EXPERIENCE helps girls to grow up:

Strong (Healthy): Girls gain knowledge to embrace physical activity, positive body image, and nutrition while decreasing or delaying substance use and risky sexual activity.

Smart (Educated): Girls increase their love of learning, improve performance in school, explore STEM and non-traditional careers, and aspire to and plan for education beyond high school.

Bold (Independent): Girls build life skills to set and achieve goals, have healthy relationships, and increase resilience in the face of obstacles to live productive and fulfilling lives.

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