Youth and Family Services
We provide high-quality, culturally relevant programs to low-income youth,and families. We break the cycle of poverty and increase self-sufficiency through academic and socio-emotional success.
Youth tutoring and resource centers: Paving the way for academic success
Located in 3 public housing communities, our Youth Tutoring Centers provide a safe space for youth to reach their potential as students and community members. The centers offer tutoring and innovative projects for youth aged 6 to 18 to improve academic performance and boost interpersonal social skills. Youth also have access to college and career readiness support. For more information, please contact: Diana Lian, Youth Programs Supervisor at email@example.com or 206-939-0209.
Our Afterschool prgrams are made possible by the following community partners:
Located in the High Point public housing community, STUDIO engages youth in middle and high school in STEM education and career pathways. The STUDIO program is delivered through empowering and exciting projects, leading youth to gain a stronger sense of self, their culture and community. Youth also have access to college and career readiness support. For more information, please contact: Chris Batalon, STEM Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-588-4900, ext 3013
City of Seattle
Robert Chinn Foundation
United Way of King County
Safeco Insurance Foundation
Family Resource Center
Our Family Resource Center engages underserved families in the High Point public housing community, encouraging connections and celebrations of the diverse cultures of the community. Program aim to bring community partners and guest presenters to assist families navigate through complex institutional systems and become successful advocate for their children. For more information, please contact: Megan Demeroutis, Family Connections Supervisor, at email@example.com or 206-588-4900, ext 3013
Opportunity Youth Programs
Our Opportunity Youth services are designed for youth who have left the traditional classroom. Located in Kent, WA, this program helps youth set and achieve educational and career goals. We identify the barriers together and then provide support services to aid in basic needs, such as food access and transportation to school. Youth recieve mentoring support to complete secondary and post-secondary education. Staff partner with schools, re-engagement centers and various GED programs. Based on their skills and career interests, youth gain job-readiness skills through paid internships with our employer partners. For more information, please contact: Angel Berry, Youth Case Manager III at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-739-3771.