This year, Women's Center-Youth & Family Services (WCYFS) Promising Pathways program will host its second annual youth event TAY End Game! (formerly known as “A Path to Success”) on Thursday, September 5th, 2019 at the Teen Impact Center from 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm. This event is free and open to the public. Youth are encouraged to attend. Come enjoy a day of fun, food, activities and more! This event will feature a live music performance by local jazz, rock and soul band Seven23. We will have resources and opportunities in Education, Employment, Housing, Personal Effectiveness & Well-being, and Community Involvement & Volunteering. Youth who participate in all the activities can ENTER TO WIN AMAZING RAFFLE PRIZES! The end game for youth who are transitioning to adulthood is to Learn, Grow and Thrive.
WCYFS is San Joaquin County’s primary provider of free, confidential shelter and services specifically designed to meet the needs of homeless and runaway youth and victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking. WCYFS has been providing services and programs for homeless, runaway and at-risk youth in San Joaquin County for more than 40 years. Annually, WCYFS serves nearly 20,000 individuals through its direct services and community outreach, including more than 600 victims, youth and their children who stay in our shelters.
Our vision is to shift the conversation and culture, and truly transition our community from surviving to thriving. Together, we can end youth homelessness. For questions or additional information, please call (209) 941-2611.
About Women’s Center-Youth & Family Services (WCYFS)
Established in 1976, WCYFS exists to build a stronger community by fostering the strengths in individuals and by acting as a catalyst to end violence and youth homelessness. With multiple locations throughout San Joaquin County, including four homeless youth and domestic violence shelters, WCYFS serves 20,000 individuals annually. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, WCYFS relies on donations from the local community to supplement programmatic contracts and grants in order to continue providing the highest quality of services to those in need.