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Guiding youth to discover their unique talents and potential for success – One Life at a Time

Waterbury Youth Service System, Inc. is a non-profit agency dedicated to improving the lives of children and youth in the Greater Waterbury Region.

Our method is simple. Give our youth the tools they need to succeed; safety, belief in themselves, hope, encouragement, caring and opportunities.

They can-and do-become productive citizens.

For more information about our Giving Tree please contact Jennifer Warriner at 203-573-0264 or jwarriner@waterburyyouthservices.org

Changing Young Lives For The Better At Waterbury Youth Service System, Inc.

By Marina Jokic

Jennifer Warriner, Grants and Development Manager at Waterbury Youth Service System, Inc. explains the major issues that the organization tackles on a daily basis. One issue affecting many children and families is chronic absenteeism, which Warriner says is a family problem that must be dealt with in a timely fashion. Parents must reinforce the value of attending school as an integral part of their child's upbringing. The Truancy Program at WYSS has served 503 youth so far this academic year, and approximately one third of them are in elementary school. Read more...www.connecticutforsale.com

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