Youth & community services

Family Services promotes wellness and non-violence in our community by providing individuals and families crisis intervention services, counseling, advocacy and youth-focused services. The Youth and Community Services team provides comprehensive services to reduce juvenile delinquency. Staff assist young people and families who are faced with difficulties at school, home or in the community to improve their chances for success in life. Priority is placed on reducing the likelihood that at-risk youth will continue down a criminal path.

Seeking Safety Group Counseling

Single gender group counseling for youth who have experienced trauma and struggle with substance use/abuse.

Group Counseling

Open Clinic

Available to youth for walk-in consultations on Tuesdays from 1 to 3 pm. Clients must be between 7-17 years of age to participate.


Parent education class

Parent Education Class

An eight-week parenting class based on the Common Sense Parenting curriculum.


 
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Family Empowerment

In-home social work services for families of at-risk youth that use a variety of interventions to redirect inappropriate youth behavior and strengthen parenting skills.


Professional Mentoring

Community-based professional mentoring for youth identified as level 2, level 3 or on post-release supervision by juvenile court.

Keeping Up Support

Keeping Up

Academic enhancement, group skill building, and parent support group program for youth ages 11-16 who are suspended or at-risk of suspension.


Services provided are:

  • Confidential

  • Strength-based

  • Client and family centered

  • Professional with licensed, highly qualified staff

  • Convenient location and hours

Services are based on insurance and sliding scale fees. We accept most insurances including Medicaid. For more information, please call our main office at 336-249-0237


This is a good program and it has helped me. It helped me calm down and focus a little bit more. This program also taught be to take my grades more serious and also take school serious, ‘cause without school you can’t chase your dreams. This program also taught me to be respectful to adults.
— Student, FSDC Keeping UP Program