The mission of the Jamestown Treehouse Peer Support Program is to serve as a resource of support and shared experiences to empower young people as they acquire life skills and successfully transition into adulthood.

Treehouse currently consists of nine groups operating out of Cesar Chavez Elementary School, Buena Vista Horace Mann K-8 and James Lick Middle School. Groups are split by grade and gender, with no more than 10 youth in each group. 

Treehouse works through topics such as relationship building, family, masculinity, confidence, gender, empowerment, emotional awareness, accountability, friendship, relationships, stress management, safety, self-esteem, sex, building trust, love, confidence, and self care.