Save the Date!
2017 Youth Recognition Awards
Wednesday May 3, 2017
Nominations due this Friday, March 24th, 2017. Be sure to get them in on time!
Students Learn How Colleges Review Social Media Pages
Julie Fisher, executive director of Building Better Families Through Action, spoke to West Bloomfield High School Seniors on September 11th, 2016. She also presented "Digital Footprint" at Abbott & OLMS on February 16, 2017. West Bloomfield Youth Assistance is committed to bringing programs to West Bloomfield Schools that communicate healthy decision making to our youth.
What are some reasons to refer youth?
West Bloomfield Youth Assistance (WBYA) is a non-profit organization that offers professional counseling services and conducts prevention programs for youth and their families who live within the West Bloomfield School District.
WBYA also offers need-based summer camp scholarships.
Join us when we celebrate the outstanding youth in our community in the Spring during the Youth Recognition Awards.
Summer Camp Scholarship Applications now available.
Due by May 17, 2017
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Make a donation to West Bloomfield Youth Assistance.
Help make a difference in the lives of children and families in West Bloomfield.
West Bloomfield Youth Assistance
On November 15th, 2016, as a part of West Bloomfield High School's "U Matter" week, motivational speaker and author of "Demand Greatness", DeAndre Carter, spoke in two sessions to students. He encouraged students to reach their maximum potential by developing their "lion traits", leaving them with the final thought, "Lakers turn losses into LESSONS". West Bloomfield Youth Assistance proudly co-sponsored this event.
You may have heard your children come home and talk about Kids Empowered and the Mental Health Magician. These were also programs supported by West Bloomfield Youth Assistance throughout the 2016 and 2017 school year.
In the news:
Guest Speaker, Keenan West, visited students at OLMS, Abbott, Sheiko, Scotch and Roosevelt in January to present "Made for Greatness" an antibullying program presented by West Bloomfield Youth Assistance and GWBCC.