32 Walnut Street
PO Box 6008
Brattleboro, VT 05302
Phone: (802) 257-0361
Fax: (802) 257-2171
PRESS RELEASE: June 15, 2013
Young Adult Leadership Award Receipient Honored
Brattleboro—Carolyn Erikson, 21, of Brattleboro has been awarded the Young Adult Leadership Award by the Vermont Youth In Transition (YIT) State Team. The award, presented to Erikson and 3 others at the annual Young Adult Voice Movement Conference, recognizes young adults in the state of Vermont who exhibit exemplary leadership and initiative in their own lives and affect the lives of others around them.Read more: Carolyn Erikson Named Youth Adult Leadership Awardee
PRESS RELEASE: June 5, 2013
Youth Services Creates Director of Mentoring Position
Kristy Smith, Director of Mentoring
Brattleboro Country Club
1:00 p.m. Shotgun Start
Lunch available from 12 noon - 1:00 p.m.
Banquet, Silent Auction and Raffle following Tournament
Prizes for Low Gross & Low Net
Registration $125 or $500 foursome
To register yourself or a team, please go to our secure checkout below:
PRESS RELEASE: November 2, 2012
Brattleboro—A teen indie-rock group, The Snaz, took first prize in Youth Services’ Battle of the Bands Friday evening during Brattleboro’s Gallery Walk Night. Sponsored by The Richards Group, it was a fierce competition between area five bands that were judged on crowd appeal, musical technicality, stage performance and originality.Read more: Battle of the Band Winners Announced
Since 1972 we have been dedicated to helping families thrive. Our mission is to strengthen relationships and support systems to advance the health development of children, youth and families.
Assisting individuals living in Windham County, Vermont and neighboring towns in New Hampshire, Youth Services can help with problems ranging from the challenges associated with growing up to homelessness, to substance abuse or trouble with the law.
Each year, with the help of hundreds of volunteers and partially funded through individual and foundation donations, this private nonprofit works with an average of 2,000 children, young people and adults. We strive to ensure all clients receive services, regardless of their ability to pay.
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