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For more information contact- CASSANDRA SHEETS (315) 733-1709 or [email protected] 4-H Outreach: This youth development programming utilizes Intergenerational Master Gardener, 4-H Government Interns and Conservation Education Days to provide young people with role models and meaningful participation in community awareness and problem solving opportunities.
For more information contact- MARY BETH Mc EWEN (315) 736-3394 or [email protected] and Teens Pick up Steam: This program will provide strategic positive youth development by promoting a safe, healthy learning environment for which they will learn, express and find creativity within themselves.
We bring the students one day to the New Hartford library to learn their programs and get library cards.
Reading and math is one hour and then they play educational games such as chess, bingo and checkers.
Located at Martin Luther King School For more information contact- AMY TURNER at (315) 624-9930 or [email protected] and Prevention: This social group works year round at the Center.
It offers home visits , referrals for counseling as needed; family programs and cultural celebrations.
It also includes an all day program for five weeks during the summer. Francis Desales Neighborhood Center in Utica and serves as an certified OCFS school age child care center.
The Salvation Army Youth Enrichment Services (sa Yes) -This program provides services to low income individuals of Rome, NY and the surrounding small towns that have no programs and services that are available to them.
It also offers clinical treatment and individual case management as needed.For more information contact- DAVE MATHIS (315) 798-5908 or [email protected] Appointed Special Advocates (CASA): This program recruits, screens, trains and supervises community volunteers to advocate for abused and neglected children living in foster care.For more information contact- MARK LEUTHAUSER (315) 724-1718 or [email protected] with Promise This program offers registered participants in an after-school program a safe, learning oriented environment.The vision is to provide a sense of responsibility along with the new skills that will bring independence and self-worth to all participants.For more information contact: Jeremy Earl (315) 520-7046 or [email protected] Cafe: believing in the power of youth voice, endeavors to transform the experiences and perceptions of teens in Utica by creating venues for leadership , civic engagement and the arts.