Diapers and Wipes Collected for Low-Income Families
Vermont's first diaper bank, “Time for a Change” has been launched to meet the needs of families with young children in Windham County who cannot afford diapers and wipes by collaborators Parks Place and Youth Services. Collection bins are located at Lisais Market in Bellows Falls, Family Dollar and Discount Foods Warehouse in Walpole and The Rockingham Library. More bin locations throughout Windham County are sought and community groups such as churches and clubs are encouraged to help raise funds or diaper donations.
Youth Services’ Teen Drop-In Night "Tuesday Night Live!" is one evening a week at the Brattleboro Boys & Girls Club from 6:30-8:30 p.m. It offers a place to gather, a warm meal, and access to resources and free workshops. For more information contact LaShaunda Alley at 802-258-0640 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Young Moms Groups Features Activity, Food & Support
Are you a young parenting or pregnant mom under the age of 25? Would you like to learn skills/tips as a parent? Join Youth Services’ Mama Palooza Group in Brattleboro or Bellows Falls! Each meeting the group does a fun hands-on activity in addition to dinner and social time. To reserve childcare or find out about future gatherings contact Christine in Brattleboro at 802-380-5598 or Michelle in Bellows Falls at 802-275-7871.
Pre-trial services is one of the eight court-based programs that we offer at Youth Services. It is a further step in the direction of our agency goal to tackle the addiction and opiate issue in our region.
We'll have a new Case Manager joining us mid-February to help expand the program. ... See MoreSee Less