Short-term individual and family consultation and casework services are provided to schools, law enforcement, parents, community agencies, and concerned citizens. Services are voluntary and confidential and include a family assessment, counseling, and referrals for resources.
Volunteer tutors offer help with homework or specific needs for K-12th grade and is located in Bridgewater Apartments.
An event to recognize youth who have made contributions to the Clarkston Community in volunteerism, behavior, academic efforts/improvements, and/or citizenship without compensation.
Pinwheels for Prevention
During the month of April, CAYA joins the nationwide efforts to promote Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness Month. CAYA, along with community partners, plant “Pinwheels for Prevention” gardens throughout the community.
Programs are offered that promote family growth and relationships. Expert knowledge is offered in a variety of topics.
Scholarships for both day and overnight camps are offered to children who would otherwise not have the opportunity. Camp provides activities which promote teamwork and social skills.
Skill Building Scholarships
Based on financial need, scholarships are offered for community and school related activities in education, music, sports, art, and more.
A volunteer mentor is paired with a child for a one year commitment. Mentors are asked to spend at least one hour per week with a child engaging in meaningful activities. The volunteer acts as a role model, providing time, attention, and encouragement.