Strengthening families through community involvement
Youth Assistance provides free, confidential, short-term, family-centered counseling and referral services for young people, 16 years of age or younger and their families, who live or attend school in Brandon School District.
Youth Assistance offers a variety of programs all aimed at improving communication between parents and their children, understanding child development, and enhancing parenting skills.
Youth Assistance provides scholarships to financially qualified youth who would benefit from a positive learning experience, designed to enhance their self-esteem, and a specific skill such as math and reading tutorial, sports, dance, voice, musical instrument or art lessons. Please provide the information found here in the skill building application checklist. Download and print the application form here
Young people are recognized for making positive, volunteer contributions to their communities. Find the Youth Recognition Nomination form for 2021 here
Camp scholarships are provided to financially qualified young people who are in need of either a day camp or overnight experience.
Mentor's Plus Program
Adult volunteers are matched with a youngster, age 5 to 16, on a one-to-one mentoring basis. **CURRENTLY SUSPENDED DUE TO COVID-19**