Life Center

Life Center

TouchPointe Family Life Center has grown out of the need for a positive alternative environment for men and women who desire change in their lives. The Life Center fosters a positive environment where creativity, fellowship and fun can take place in the midst of healthy relationships. In the midst of poverty, addiction and unhealthy relationships, we aim to provide a “new playground” with “new playmates.”

TouchPointe Family Life Center

  • Large Conference Room can easily seat 60 around tables.
  • Classroom is used for KnoxWorks classes as well as Couple to Couple coaching.
Cheyenne Kuhn

Cheyenne KuhnCheyenne Kuhn is a 2015 Mount Vernon Nazarene University graduate; there she earned a Bachelor of Art degree in Intercultural Studies with a concentration in Business management and a minor in Nonprofit Management. She directs the activities occurring at the Life Center, facilitates the KnoxWorks program as well as works one-on-one with women desiring to go through the Relational Healing program. Cheyenne was a member of the 2017 Knox Leadership class and participates in a variety of community organizations. Her free time is spent between family, friends, and traveling.

Sheila Mills

Sheila MillsSheila, as the Development Coordinator of TouchPointe, handles the day-to-day administrative duties of the organization. She also works with area organizations, agencies, and the local courts to help the TouchPointe clientele overcome barriers and obstacles that sometimes prevent stableness in their lives. She holds an Associate degree in Administrative Assisting from American Business College in San Diego, CA. She received the 2016 Chamber of Commerce Leadership Recognition Award and serves as a Knox County Chamber Ambassador. Mills leads a women’s small group at the local Celebrate Recovery, and is the Assistant Secretary for Ohio Women’s Mission Union. She is a member of Green Valley Southern Baptist Church and the leader of church’s Children in Action. In addition, Mills finds time to volunteer at the Escape Zone and loves to spend time with her 10 grandchildren.