Services

Community Education

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Safe Place

We are a National Safe Place. And we’re here to help. When kids and teens find themselves in crisis or need a place to stay,  they should know how and where to get help. Our nation’s young people deserve safety and shelter and many youth feel that, at home, they don’t have either. Thankfully, help for …

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Street Outreach

National statistics report the number of homeless kids at more than 1.5 million. More than 500 thousand are still under the age of 15, and some are as young as nine!   Street Outreach works with children ages 16-22 that are homeless, couch hopping or living in an unstable environment.  Street Outreach provides a place …

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Transitional Living Program

Transitional Living Program (TLP) is a voluntary, 12- 18 month program that provides supportive housing, life skills training and support services to young people, ages 18 to 21, who are homeless or transitioning out of foster care. The program is designed to promote self-sufficiency and reduce the risk of future homelessness. Through TLP, young people …

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YHC 2012

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School Based Counseling

School based counseling services are provided throughout several school districts within Creek County.  Our services are geared toward addressing many of the issues that adolescents deal with in their everyday lives.  We offer individual and group counseling options.  Some of the issues we address include the following: anger management self-esteem grief/loss divorce low motivation boundaries conflict management   Referral …

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Individual and Family Counseling

  Individual and family counseling services are offered through our offices in Sapulpa and Bristow.  Our on-site counselors will work with you to develop a plan for treatment compatible to your needs.   Our counseling professionals are knowledgeable and experienced in working with families and individuals.  Our office space provides adequate privacy and counselors value your …

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24 Hour Crisis HotLine

 HotLine Number 918-227-2622 YSCC is committed to offering supportive assistance to individuals in crisis while continued services are identified and put in place.  Our crisis intervention line is answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Callers receive support while options are accessed and resources and referrals are made in …

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Respite Care

Need a Time Out? Respite, or relief, care is short-term care offered to the regular caregiver meant to provide a temporary break when situations reach a level where the parenting adult and child cannot stay in the same home due to youth behaviors or caregiver need for timeout. YSCC provides a safe, caring place where youth can calm down and learn …

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First Time Offender Program

 First Time Offender Program The First Time Offender Program was developed by Oklahoma Association of Youth Services (OAYS) in conjunction with Oklahoma Juvenile Affairs (OJA), court systems, and Office of Juvenile Justice (OJJ) in cooperation with legislation in 1994 that required the development of alternative diversion programs designed towards intervention and prevention of youth from …

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Youth Shelter

Our residential facility provides a safe, warm environment for children who have been removed from their home.  Residents are identified by the Court, Office of Juvenile Affairs (OJA) or the Department of Human Services (DHS).  Children are provided essential needs and enrolled in Sapulpa Public Schools.  Residents participate in counseling, life skills groups, recreational activities …

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