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Youth Initiative

Youth Initiative

Collaborative Project

The Youth Initiative is a collaborative project among Douglas County government, the Douglas County School District, the City of Castle Pines, the City of Lone Tree, the Town of Castle Rock, the Town of Parker, the Library District, and the Highlands Ranch Metro District through the Partnership of Douglas County Governments.  The Youth Initiative is a method of coordinating local youth-serving efforts and assessing the needs of the youngest residents by envisioning a community in which youth are involved, valued, productive, protected and healthy. Contact DCYI at:  303-814-5327

Programs of the Youth Initiative include Outstanding Youth Awards, the Youth Congress, and WrapAround. Resources are provided in the Youth and Family Resource Guide.

 

Vision:  The Douglas County Youth Initiative envisions a community in which youth are involved, valued, productive, protected and healthy.

Mission: Our mission is to unite the Douglas County community, including youth, parents, agencies, governments, schools, nonprofits and other adults, in our mutual efforts to:

  • Collaborate effectively as a seamless continuum of services.
  • Advocate for system improvements that will better serve youth and families of Douglas County.
  • Support youth and encourage their contributions to the broader community.
  • Effectively intervene with youth who are endangered by their decisions and/or situation.
  • Support and expand opportunities for youth to express viewpoints.
  • Support parents with resources, education, and unconditional care.

Questions?  Call Marsha Alston, Youth Services Program Manager at 303.688.4825 ext 5327 or e-mail at [email protected]

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WrapAround Program

It’s all in the name – WrapAround.   A community wraps itself around a family or individual in need, providing unconditional and nonjudgmental care that will allow everyone to benefit. Find out more about the program via the link below.

WrapAround Program

Outstanding Youth Awards

The Youth Award recognizes teenagers between the ages of 13 and 19 who have overcome personal adversity and created positive change in their lives. The awards program provides business, community, and civic leaders an opportunity to actively demonstrate their belief and support for the young people in our community.

Youth Awards

Youth Congress

Youth from around Douglas County get to weigh in on issues that affect youth and are of interest to youth. One of the missions of the Youth Congress is to communicate your thoughts, ideas, and solutions to elected and community leaders.

Youth Congress

La Liga Futbol

This program is a partnership between Iglesia Nueva Vida and the Douglas County Youth Initiative.

La Liga Futbol

Douglas County Youth Initiative Facebook Page

Do you know what’s happening with the Douglas County Youth Initiative? Stay informed follow the Douglas County Youth Initiative Facebook page.

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