West Bloomfield Youth Assistance

To strengthen youth and families and to reduce the incidence of delinquency, abuse, and neglect through  community involvement

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West Bloomfield Youth Assistance (WBYA) is a non-profit organization that offers professional counseling services and conducts prevention programs for youth and their families who live within the West Bloomfield School District.  There is a one-time $25.00 processing fee for all casework services.  Our mission is to strengthen youth and families through volunteer involvement.  WBYA is one of Oakland County’s 26 community-based non-profit organizations.  Our offices are located in West Bloomfield, Michigan.

WBYA started locally in 1969 to be a safety net for youth and families.
 

West Bloomfield Youth Assistance operates under the sponsorship and financial support of West Bloomfield Schools, the City of Keego Harbor, the City of Orchard Lake Village, West Bloomfield Township, and the Oakland County Circuit Court-Family Division with funding supplied through the Oakland County Board of Commissioners.


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What are some reasons to refer youth?

  • Family conflict problems
  • School or home truancy
  • School or home incorrigibility
  • Shoplifting
  • Substance abuse issues
  • Curfew violations


"One of the most important things that we can do in our lives is to support building strong kids, families and communities"
Cornel West-Harvard Professor


Congratulations to this year's 2014 Youth Recognition Award winners!
(Please see p.3 for list of honorees)

Summer Camp Scholarship information for 2014 is Closed. 
(Please look for 2015 applications to appear in March 2015.)
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