Financial Literacy Workshop

By Katiana Smith | May 18, 2022

Last month, WYS partnered with Liberty Bank to teach our youth about Financial Literacy. Our Linking Academics to Life (LAL) youth joined Rosa Carrero, AVP Community Outreach Officer, from Liberty Bank to complete 9 sessions of the banks custom Financial Literacy virtual platform. The platform provided a personalized approach and focused on quality of life,…

Trivia Night Fundraiser Recap

By Katiana Smith | May 18, 2022

Our Trivia Night w/Rob Dibble was a SUCCESS! We’d like to once again thank our sponsors (listed below) for partnering with us and supporting this event. We want to extend a gracious thank you to Black Hog Brewing Co. and their staff, Rob Dibble, and our Fund Development team for coming together, and working collaboratively…

Sponsor Our Spring Fundraiser

By Katiana Smith | May 5, 2022

Help Sponsor our Trivia Night Event with Rob Dibble! On May 14th, 2022, from 6-9pm, Waterbury Youth Services, Black Hog Brewing Co, and Rob Dibble are hosting a Sports Trivia Event and encourage you to become one of our sponsors. Join our guests in a game of trivia, food and fun, while enjoying sponsor perks.…

Commemorating Child Abuse Awareness Month

By Katiana Smith | Apr 27, 2022

On April 21, 2022, the Greater Waterbury Child Advocacy Center (CAC) planted 100 pinwheels at their headquarters at Waterbury Youth Services to raise awareness that April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and to remind residents that services are available for victims. “The pinwheel is a national symbol of childhood,” says CAC Director Stacey Rubinfeld.…

Save the Date Trivia

By Katiana Smith | Mar 29, 2022

Save the Date! Trivia Night with former MLB Pitcher Rob Dibble

SMART Recovery Family and Friends

By Katiana Smith | Mar 14, 2022

SMART Recovery Family and Friends Join us Thursdays 5pm – 6:30pm at Waterbury Youth Services. Do you have a loved one struggling with unhealthy behaviors such as substance use? SMART Recovery Family and Friends group helps you to develop skills to help you cope and encourage your loved one to choose recovery. Group is free…