Working with Youth and Young Adults

This page is under development.

A range of resources related to working with youth and young adults (approximate ages 12-30), such as the Youth Central Intake Care Coordination for MA.

Working with youth and young adults requires special attention to development, home and work lives, and ways of engaging via social media and other technology.


Upcoming events

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Success stories of youth agencies

Ostiguy High School website video

Outcomes Data & Demographics from Wayside Youth & Family Support Network


SAMHSA National Helpline

Teen Health & Wellness Hotlines


2013 National Survey on Drug Use and Health: Summary of National Findings. Page 21 has statistics on youth substance abuse.

News Feed

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Youth photo example #2


Breaking the Silence, Breaking the Cycle: Honoring Youth Voices, Part I

KSOC-TV: Supporting Families with LGBTQ Youth

Webinar: Peer Crowds – A New Approach to Reaching Youth & Communities with Behavioral Health Issues

The Basics of Childhood Traumatic Stress and How it Relates to Unaccompanied Minors

Learn About Effective Programs for Preventing Prescription Drug Misuse Among Youth

Cultural Awareness: Children and Youth in Disasters