Youth Services

 

Youth Success

100 Bullocks Point Avenue Riverside, RI 02915
Contact: Angela Downing Youth Success Coordinator/ Director of Social Services
Telephone: 401-437-1000

19 Broadway, Newport, RI  02840
Contact: Sue Garvey, Family Advocate 
Telephone: 401-847-7821, x.343

Description: Youth Success is a program for pregnant or parenting teens from the ages of 12-20 years. It is a case management program supporting education and good health outcomes for the teen and baby. Referrals are made to programs from all major high schools in Rhode Island’s East Bay region; Women and Infants Hospital; Department of Children, Youth and Families; and the Department of Human Services. Child care referrals, mental health referrals, and educational planning are part of the supportive services offered by Youth Success. The goal of the program is to enhance and teach skills leading to self reliance for the client. Any pregnant and parenting teen may be referred to Youth Success; there are no income guidelines to be met. The program serves East Providence, Barrington, Warren, Bristol, Portsmouth, Middletown, Little Compton, Tiverton, Newport and Jamestown residents.

Clinical Services for Youth (CSY)

19 Broadway, Newport, RI  02840
Referrals can be made by calling 401-848-0758 or 401-847-7821, x. 305
For information contact: Seena Franklin, Vice President of Family Development,
(401) 437-1000, ext. 150


Description: Clinical Services for Youth is a community-based outreach counseling program for youth and families. CSY, formerly Stopover Services, has been working with youth since 1981, and, in 2006, merged with East Bay Community Action Program through which it continues to offer crisis intervention, counseling and outreach geared toward achieving stability for youth and families. The scope of services includes bio-psycho-social assessments; individual, group, and family therapy; as well as referrals to community agencies as needed.  Services can occur at home, school, office, or other community settings. 

In addition, CSY offers school-based counseling through Student Assistance Counselors located at Tiverton Middle and High Schools. The approach is creative and flexible. 

CSY offers services through the Youth Diversionary Program with the intention of diverting youth from the juvenile justice system and preventing families from involvement with the Department of Children, Youth, and Families. Wayward and Disobedient (Article 23) clients are referred to CSY by police departments in Newport County communities. 

Programs of Clinical Services for Youth:
School Based Programs
Youth Diversionary Program
Wayward/Article 23

Reasons for Referrals:
Youth/Parent/Family Conflict
Runaway/Potential Runaway
Aniexty/Depression/ Mental Health Issues
Grief/Loss
Acting Out/Delinquency
Anger Management
Sexuality Issues
Teen Development Issues
Self-Esteem Issues
Peer Relationships
Crisis Intervention
School Behavior Issues/Performance Issues


Referrals come to Clinical Services for Youth through schools, the police or courts, other social service agencies, parents, friends and the youth themselves.

All services are offered at no cost to the client. Clinical Services for Youth focuses on youth ages 9-17 and their families, who reside in Newport County.