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Youth & Family Counseling Services offers education to the community at their request. We provide training for Daycare centers, educators, mental health professionals, families, and other paraprofessionals and professionals concerning mental health, families, child abuse prevention, neglect prevention, as well as other requested topics.
Youth & Family Counseling Services Resource Program currently offers classes throughout the year to help parents increase comfortability in child-rearing. A wide variety of topics are addressed including, but not limited to parenting styles and predictable outcomes of each, parenting strategies, effective routines, & appropriate toys and activities, effective communication…
For Kid’s Sake Parenting Classes
For Kids’ Sake parenting is for parents that are experiencing divorce or custody arrangements to assist in learning to co-parent. This class assists in understanding the effects of divorce on children, how to avoid placing children in the middle of parenting issues, and maintaining a meaningful and loving relationship with…
Many of the counseling and case management services at the agency are free of charge to the client, but if there are services that are needed and not covered through another program, we offer a sliding scale for fees for clients. Children/adolescents $20 per 50 minute session College students (with…
The Safe Place Network is composed of several sites throughout the county. When people in crisis need a safe place to go and someone to talk to, their needs can be met through the program.
FAYS – Family and Youth Services
Program provides counseling and case management to children and their families at no cost to the clients. Services are for 180 days, 0-17 years of age (or still enrolled in high school) to help with communication, anger management, discipline, parenting, child abuse prevention, school attendance issues, as well as mental…