HOW DOES MONTGOMERY COUNTY YOUTH SERVICES HELP YOUTH AND FAMILIES ?
THE NUMBERS TELL THE STORY. IN 2011 Alone:
Individual and Family Counseling was provided at no cost to over 1,070 clients.
Group Counseling and Skills Development was provided to 1,936 youth.
Camp Watsitumi, a therapeutic advendture-based summer camp was attended by 92 youth.
Prevention Presentations and events reached over 12,979 youth and adults.
Street Outreach Services (SOS) responded to 88 crisis calls from youth, community memebers, and families in crisis. 56 homeless youth were directly served by SOS staff, and had their crisis needs met.
The Fairway Home transitional living program had 21 youth parcipipate in the program. All youth learned about money management and finacial literacy.
BridgeWay Youth Shelter had 76 youth participate in the program. At discharge, 92% of youth were able to verbally identify at least one appropriate way to deal with anger and resolve conflicts in an appropriate manner.
Holiday Project provided 267 underprivileged children with Christmas gifts.
Healthy Supports Program reported that 96% of their pregnant and parenting teens graduated from high school, became employed, and continued their education. 108 teens learned about health resources, nutrution, family managment skills and parenting techniques.
Alcohold Educatin Program for Minors (MIP) taught 109 young adults about the seriousness of Alcohol Beverage Laws and the negative effects alcohols has on young adults.
Professional Training Series was offered to 192 professionals in the community.
Decisions Parenting & Youth Skills Groups Program helps both youth and adults strengthen their good decision-making and communication skills. This program was provided to 330 youth and parents.
Montgomery County Youth Services Vision is to help be a child's bridge from challenges today to achievements tomorrow.
For more information visit us at www.youthmc.org or call 936-756-8682.
Our Crisis Hotline is answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week: 1-888-756-8682.
Montgomery County Youth Services (MCYS) is a private, not-for-profit organization that was established in 1979 by a group of community leaders with a vision to create new opportunites for at-risk youth throughout the community.
Montgomery County Youth Services provides a "Continuum of Care" through its servcices that include:
Individual and Family Crisis Counseling
BridgeWay Youth Emergency Shelter
The Fairway Home, an agency foster group home transitional living program
MCYS is a United Way funded partner, and a recipeient of the Community Development Block Grant.
Montgomery County Youth Services
Do you need...
Someone to talk/listen to?
A place to live?
Help staying in school?
Support with teen pregnancy/parenting?
Help staying away from using alcohol, drugs or tobacco?
Support dealing with a loss?
Call us for help.
Conroe (936) 756-8682
New Caney (281) 354-4873
Splendora (281) 689- 5104
Magnolia (281) 259-0440
The Woodlands (281) 292-6471
Huntsville (936) 293-1003
BrigeWay 1-800- 892-1132
Willis (936) 228-0283