Strengthening Families Through Community Involvement
West Bloomfield Youth Assistance and Schuler Books wish peace and joy to you and your family this holiday season.
Please visit Schuler Books at
7260 Orchard Lake Road
West Bloomfield, MI 48322
to get an ornament from the Gifting For Good Tree to help to make this holiday season brighter for families in our community.
An investment in children is an investment in the future. This holiday season, Schuler Books is proud to be supporting West Bloomfield Youth Assistance, whose mission is Strengthening Families Through Community Involvement, in supplying gifts for local families.
Deadline: December 17, 2023
Please visit the Schuler Books website at
www.schulerbooks.com for additional information on Gifting For Good as well as upcoming events.
West Bloomfield Youth Assistance is honored to be selected this holiday season by Schuler Books to help make the season bright!
Do you want to make a difference in a youth’s life? Please consider joining our board to help create prevention programs for our youth and families. We have many board and committee openings available. Please contact our caseworker, Lisa Shields, by telephone, 248-592-1278 or via email, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Thank you for your interest
The 2024 Rachel Ekizian Change Maker scholarship will be awarded to one youth that submits a proposal for an idea that will make a difference in the greater West Bloomfield community. Apply by 9/10/23.
WBYA recognizes youth in our community each year for making positive volunteer contributions. Nominations come from schools, hospitals, religious organizations, fire and police departments, and private citizens. The winners are honored at our annual Youth Recognition Awards Ceremony in the spring.
WBYA provides confidential, short-term, family-centered counseling and referral services for youth (17 years and under) and their families, who live in Keego Harbor, Orchard Lake Village, or West Bloomfield Township. Referrals are accepted from schools, police, and parents who have concerns about their children.