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Youth Services

Young adults often run into roadblocks in their education or job search and it can feel overwhelming and frustrating. You need a job to get experience, but can't get experience without a job. Quite often circumstances outside your control affect the path you are on, making it more difficult for you to move forward. We are here to help. If you are a young adult age 16 - 24, are not employed, not in school, and have physical, economic or other challenges which may prevent you from completing your education and/or finding a career that you desire, please contact us to see how we can help.

Our services include:

Assistance may be available with:

If you are interested in our Youth Services or have more questions, please contact us. Even if you don't fit within the guidelines but are seeking assistance, please contact us and get going on your future today.

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