What is the Allen County Youth Service Center?
The Youth Service Center is part of the Kentucky Education Reform Act. It is a support for students and their families in the Allen County School District. The Youth Service Center was designed to help children reach their educational goals by offering resources to remove problems and barriers, and enhance the students' ability to succeed.
Who can use the Allen County Youth Service Center?
The Youth Service Center is available to, and serves, the middle and high school students, and their families, in Allen County.
Who Guides the Allen County Youth Service Center?
The Youth Service Center is staffed with a full-time coordinator, Lindsay Ross, who oversees the operation of the center. She is assisted by Angel Clark, a full-time Program Assistant. The Youth Service Center Advisory Council offers program guidance. The Advisory Council is made up of school personnel, parents, students and community leaders.
Where is the Allen County Youth Service Center?
Our main office is located at the Allen County Scottsville High School, 1545 Bowling Green Road. We also have an office at the James E. Bazzell Middle School. The Allen County Youth Service Center may also be reached by contacting either school's office or your child's teacher.
How do I get in touch with the Allen County Youth Service Center?
7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Monday - Friday
By appointment if necessary.
What services are provided by the Allen County Youth Service Center?
- Health services and referrals to health and social services
- Employment counseling, training and placement for youth
- Summer and Part-time job development for youth
- Substance abuse services or referrals to substance abuse services
- Family crisis and mental health counseling and referrals
- Assistance with basic needs and emergencies
- Clothes closet for students
- Home visits