Empowering teens to explore and achieve their highest potential.
Teen Services Commitment
To provide accurate and timely information, referrals, and educational resources to teens ages 11 to 19, that will help them avoid risky behaviors and make healthy decisions for their future
To involve teens in community service projects
To mentor young women into leadership roles
To encourage teens to stay in school and pursue higher education and/or career goals
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Girls Inc. at the YWCA of Dayton programming is offered year round to all girls in Montgomery County ages 11-19 and may include community service projects, after-school tutoring/study/computer lab, enrichment activities, and a series of enrichment summer camps. Girls from diverse backgrounds come together to expand their horizons, make friends, and explore new ways of learning and thinking. Our biggest program of the year, Girls Inc. Summer Camp brings community leaders to facilitate programs that teach diversity and inclusion, healthy relationships, good communication skills, nutrition, self-esteem, and other life related topics and includes field trips to area attractions like Newport Aquarium, LaserQuest, and Kings Island.
For more information, please contact the Youth Services, by phone at (937) 461-5550 ext. 120 or by email at email@example.com
Prevention Outreach Programs
YWCA Dayton Teen Services provides research-based prevention curriculums to students in collaboration with the 16 schools districts of Montgomery County, as well as Juvenile Justice and several other community partners.
Teen Services offers small group, multiple session and large, one-time presentations to any middle school and/or high school students on topics such as bullying and suicide, healthy relationships and teen dating violence, LGBTQA issues, goal-setting, nutrition and physical fitness, and more!
If you are interested in bring YWCA Dayton Teen Services staff into your school or classroom, please contact, Youth Services, by phone at (937) 461-5550 ext. 120 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The YWCA Dayton offers a friendly, confidential environment for teens to gather and share life experiences with trained professionals. Teens are given assistance where they might otherwise be denied and work one-on-one with a teen advocate to resolve any individual issues. Discussions may include family and relationship concerns, contraception, and pregnancy options counseling. Free pregnancy testing and condoms are available. Referrals are made when appropriate.
Teen Advocate(s) and/or Youth Services Manager are available Monday through Thursday 3pm to 5pm to talk with teens. This program is non-gender specific and is available for teens ages 12-19.
Teen Services is conveniently located in Downtown Dayton at the YWCA Dayton, 141 W. Third Street, at the corner of Wilkinson. We are on the RTA busline. Enter through the “Teen Central” door on Wilkinson Street. For more information, call or text (937) 305-5804.