School Based Youth Services
The goal of the School-Based Youth Services Program is to help young people navigate the adolescent years, get a quality education, obtain essential life skills, and graduate healthy and drug-free.
Camden School Based Youth Services Overview
The School-Based Youth Services Program (SBYSP) provides comprehensive support and prevention services for students and families, with a strong focus on emotional wellness and academic success. The program serves as a link between the schools, students and families while partnering with community-based health and social service agencies. All services provided by the School-Based Youth Services Program are free for all students.
WE ARE COMMITTED
The School-Based Youth Services Program is committed to treating each student in a confidential manner, offering services in the best interest of the individual, while respecting the age, cultural values, and family situation of every student.
WE ARE DEDICATED
The School-Based Youth Services Program is dedicated to promoting a healthy school and community. The SBYSP office is staffed by a team specializing in child/adolescent health. The team includes a physician, a licensed nurse practitioner, a health & social service coordinator, a family specialist, a community resource specialist, a drop-out prevention officer, and a health educator.
Programs and Services
- Woodrow Wilson High School
- Morgan Village Middle School
- Cooper's Poynt Family School
- Dudley Family School
- Davis Family School
Rhona Sunarth, SBYSP Coordinator
Funding provided by: New Jersey Department of Children and Families, Division of Family and Community Partnership U.S. Department of Education Mental Health Systems Collaborative Grant.