In 2017 YSB served 5,086 youth and their families through Counseling, Diversion, and School-Based Chemical and Mental Health Services.
We would like to THANK our many Community Partners- who make this work possible!
YSB collaborates closely with a number of community organizations, schools and law enforcement agencies to make a positive impact on youth in the community:
YSB plays a leadership role and is an active member of the Washington County Behavioral Health Action Collaborative (CONNECT Collaborative), a collaborative that creates programs throughout Washington County to reduce the use of chemicals by youth and promote mental health.
YSB is an active member of the Youth Intervention Program Association (YIPA), Woodbury THRIVES, Community Health Action Team (CHAT), Woodbury Youth Resource Connection and the Mental Wellness Initiative.
School Districts 622, 833 and 834 to offer chemical health services and crisis intervention support in the schools.
Area schools, churches and community groups to present on Youth & Family Education’s health-related topics like social media, e-cigs and anxiety.
Washington County Sheriff, Community Corrections, service area Police Departments and municipalities to provide early intervention and diversion services for youth residing in Washington County.
Washington County Attorney’s Office:
Attendance Intervention Meeting (AIM). This is the first step of progressive intervention and services offered to support families and children in keeping children in school and combating truancy. YSB provides mental health support to help protect abused and neglected children, including those referred by the sex trafficking unit.
Community Thread for Volunteer Leadership Network (VLN) and work service opportunities for Diversion programs
Local Businesses and Organizations like 3M (volunteering, mentoring and funding support).