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Woodbridge Youth Services News – December 2021

Woodbridge Youth Services News – December 2021

Call 203-389-3429 or email npfund@woodbridgect.org for information or to sign up for programs

Job Bank

Woodbridge teens who want paid, outdoor work should contact Youth Services to schedule an interview.  The Job Bank is a referral service for residents who offer odd jobs to members.  Snow shovelers will be needed soon.

Residents should contact Youth Services to hire a teen or plan now for snow shoveling as needed since teens are limited.

Do You Have A Teen Who Vapes?

Yale’s Vaping Cessation program can help high school students to quit the habit.  They offer a virtual program which provides financial rewards for progress in the effort to end the use of harmful substances in the vape oils.  Teens also receive a note pad to use for checking in with Yale.  To join the program and receive the support needed, please call Youth Services for more information.  Students are encouraged to call for assistance.

We Care Kits

Over 100 “We Care” kits with essentials have been made by Amity students and residents.  The kits and additional donations will be delivered by Youth Services to the New Reach for the homeless in New Haven.

Toys 4 Kids

Over 40 toys were collected in the Woodbridge Library and in The Center Building for children in need.  Donations were delivered to TEAM, Inc. to supplement its toy program for local families.

  1. Woodbridge Youth Services Program Coordinator Sarah Pearson thanks Amity students and residents for donating “We Care Kits” for the homeless
  2. Fred Ortoli from TEAM collects toys donated by Woodbridge residents from Woodbridge Youth Services Director Nancy Pfund for the Toys 4 Kids program which brings holiday cheer to children from Woodbridge and other local communities

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