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Youth Programs & Services in Alexandria

Updated on 1/13/2011 11:55:09 AM

Alexandria Teen Wellness Center 

703-746-4776 or Text "APPT" to 571-329-2245

Teens (12-19) are provided physical, reproductive and psychosocial health services.
 Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington – Alexandria – Olympic Branch  703.549.3078 Provides youth with tutoring opportunities, SOL preparation, life skills programming, and the Money Matters program.
Alexandria Department of Mental Health/Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse  703-746-3400 Teens (10-19) are provided mental health and substance abuse counseling.
Alexandria Health Department- Prenatal Clinic (Casey Health Center)  703- 746-4886 Provides outpatient medical management of uninsured routine and high-risk pregnant teens for positive pregnancy test through delivery.
Alexandria Resource Mothers  703-836-2858 Provides mentoring and advocacy support, home visitation and case management, primarily for the first time pregnant and parenting teen mothers and fathers (ages 13-19) who have limited support systems. Services commence during the early stages of the prenatal period and continue through the child's second birthday.
Volunteer Alexandria  703-836-2176 Teens (13-18) are matched to volunteer opportunities at more than 100 agencies through personal interviews, referrals, and a youth service club, the Youth Service Coalition.
Alexandria Youth Council 703-836-2858 Teens (13-18) are given opportunities to voice their opinions and learn team leadership skills.
Community Service Program – Department of Human Services  703-746-5970 Provides community service opportunities for Alexandria teen offenders.
Big Brothers/Big Sisters 703- 836-3752 Teens of single parent homes are taught confidence and responsibility through one to one mentoring program with caring adults.
T.C. Futures Parenting Group –TC Williams 703-824-6800 Teen parents learn parenting, positive limit setting and communication skills.  Ask for David Wynne, Social Worker at TC Williams
Alexandria Department of Recreation, Parks, and Cultural Activities  703-746-5575 Teens (Grades 6-12) are provided recreational, social and developmental activities. Teen clubs and mentoring are also provided.
Project Stepout – Alexandria Office on Women  703-746-5030 Teens (young women 8-18, young men 8-18 respectively) receive information and learn skills to be able to take control of their lives and to make knowledgeable and responsible decisions.
Untouchables 703-850-6016
Theodore Jones
Teens (young men 13-18) receive support and discuss topics of interest.
Alexandria Department of Human Services  703-746-5700 The Office of Youth Services (OYS) plans and coordinates services to promote positive development and prevent delinquency among Alexandria's youth. OYS works with City and community agencies to address such areas as: Youth Development, Teen pregnancy Prevention, Juvenile delinquency, Safety (Child Welfare), Post-secondary education, Education (Project Discovery)
NULITES – Northern Virginia Urban League  703-836-2858 Provides after-school support, life skills training, and exposure to an array of cultural enrichment activities while supporting and celebrating academic excellence.