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We’re opening a Drop-In Center for teens and young adults in downtown St. Albans on March 8, 2021 at 223 Lake Street. Modeled after our Burlington location, the Center will be open weekdays from 10am – 6pm, offering free lunch and dinner, showers, laundry, mentoring, coaching, and activities to youth ages 14-24. Want to get …
Since that initial video, Alison and Mohamed have collaborated with 7 local organizations to create and disperse informational videos of trusted community leaders speaking about the pandemic in different languages.
This is a recent speech given by Sam Bolz, a Spectrum staff member that works in the Burlington Drop-In Center, during a KidSafe Legislative Forum. It was so genuine and powerful that we wanted to share his humble words publicly as well. “The vast majority of the youth that we serve are “transition-aged,” people who …
Written by Kayla Loving and Carly Ngo from the Spectrum Multicultural Youth Program for the Winooski School District Newsletter The Winooski Restorative Justice for Multicultural Youth Project, launched in 2020, is a collaboration between the Winooski School District, Spectrum Youth and Family Services, UP for Learning, and the City of Winooski with funding from the …
New Drop-In Center will be open to teens and young adults The Board of Directors at Spectrum Youth and Family Services have approved a plan to open a Drop-In Center for teens and young adults in downtown St. Albans in the coming months. The Center will be open weekdays from 10am – 6pm, offering free …