|Spectrum now has a Teen Intervention Program for Substance Abuse|
|Boloco's Community Day to support Spectrum a huge success!|
Our dedicated staff, volunteers, mentors and donors make it possible for Spectrum Youth and Family Services to offer emergency shelter, transitional living and the following support programs for homeless and at-risk youth. Contact us to learn more about these youth programs.
|Residential Programs||Spectrum Youth and Family Services provides shelter and transitional housing for homeless and at-risk youth in our residences. All of these programs are voluntary. A plan of care is collaboratively developed with each youth and focuses on core developmental areas. Supporting the youth to plan/develop goals in these areas supports their transition to, and maintenance of, a healthy and stable life.|
( 05/19/2008 8:19 PM )
The Counseling Program provides individual outpatient services for adolescents and young adults (14-22) and parents.
( 05/19/2008 8:22 PM )
Our Drop-in Center is a safe place for young people to eat a meal, use the telephone, do laundry, get clothing, or take a shower.
( 05/19/2008 8:24 PM )
The Community Health Center of Burlington provides a no cost medical clinic for homeless and at-risk youth in Chittenden County.
( 05/19/2008 8:26 PM )
The JOBS Program is a collaborative effort between Spectrum and the HowardCenter. The program serves youth (16-21) who have been identified as having an emotional and/or behavioral disability and are in need of extra support and services to maintain and make progress in their educational settings and /or obtain and maintain employment.
( 05/19/2008 8:30 PM )
Spectrumís Mentoring Program is a community-based program that partner responsible adult volunteers with adolescents between the ages of 12 and 22.
( 05/19/2008 8:30 PM )
The goal of this program is to build relationships between street youth and program outreach staff to facilitate youth leaving the streets.
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The Teen Intervention Program for Substance Use (TIPS) provides confidental assessments and treatment for eligible teens and families dealing with substance use problems.
( 05/19/2008 8:21 PM )
The Violence Intervention & Prevention Program (VIPP) is part of a coordinated community effort to end male violence against women and children by educating men who batter and young men who use violence.
( 05/19/2008 8:32 PM )
The Youth Development Program serves youth who are, or have been in the custody of the State, or young people in the substitute care system under the Department for Children and Families.
( 05/05/2011 5:55 PM )
The Youth in Transition Grant (YIT) provides expanded services and supports to young adult Vermonters ages 16-21, focusing on healthy transitions to independent adulthood and the avoidance of incarceration.