Youth Service Bureau

State College - Centre Daily TimesJune 3, 2012 

Youth Service Bureau
325 W. Aaron Drive, State College, PA 16803
237-5731, 353-3456, 234-2100; After hours 800-494-2500
Email: info@ccysb.com
Website: www.ccysb.com
The Centre County Youth Service Bureau supports the following programs:
Americorps
Engages Americans in community-based service that will address the nation’s educational, public safety, human and environmental needs to achieve direct and demonstrable results.
Stepping Stone
A long-term transitional-living program designed to aid youth ages 16 to 21 in their quest for independence.
Stormbreak Youth Program
Shelter for youth, time-outs for families, crisis help line, individual and family counseling. Hotline: 234-2100
Burrowes Street
Youth Haven
Residential shelter for adolescents. Hotline: 234-2100, Office: 234-0803
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Provides long-term, one-to-one relationships between trained volunteers and at-risk youth. bbbs@ccysb.com
Family Group Decision Making
Family Group Decision Making is a child-centered, family-focused planning meeting. The goal is to empower families to provide safe and nurturing environments for children.
Youth and Family Services
Youth and Family Services provides family, individual and group counseling to residents of Centre County.
Outreach Streetworks
Provides street-based prevention and education activities for at-risk youth. Hotline: 234-2100, Day: 280-7121, sw@ccysb.com
Zerby Gap Family Works
A family-focused residential program for adolescent boys.
Parenting Plus
A parent education and support program serving families with children from birth to 10 years. 355-1025, ext. 25

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