Yellow Pages for Youth: Resources for Parents, Professionals

As a parent or a professional working with teens, it’s near impossible to know all of the available resources available. That is why for more than 20 years Youth Services has compiled a local list of resources for both our internal therapists and youth workers but to also share with the public. We are pleased to announce that the 2011-12 Yellow Pages for Youth Directory is now available online.

The Yellow Pages for Youth Directory has a comprehensive listing of Salt Lake County area youth programs and resources, including:

  • Advocacy, Coordination
  • After School Programs
  • Child Care Assistance
  • Community Education
  • Crisis and Family Counseling
  • Day Treatment Programs
  • Domestic/Dating Violence Services
  • Education Alternatives
  • Ethnic Services
  • Gang Prevention/Intervention
  • HIV/Aids
  • Jobs and Training Programs
  • Juvenile Justice/Legal
  • Law enforcement/police departments
  • Medical Resources
  • Mental Health
  • Psychiatric Care
  • Recreation
  • Residential Treatment Programs
  • Runaway and Homeless Services
  • School Based Recreation Programs
  • Sexual Abuse Resources
  • Susbtance Abuse Services
  • Translation Services
  • Volunteer Opportunities

We also have knowledgeable staff who work with  and refer to many agencies in the area so if you still have a question, feel free to call our 24-hour hotline at 385.468.4500.

If you would like to request a printed copy of the 2011-12 Yellow Pages for Youth Directory send us an email at youthservices@slco.org  and we can coordinate that as well. We hope this will be a valuable resource for you as you look for answers to your teen questions. What other resources have you found valuable in working with teens?

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About Tammy Champo

Youth Services became my second home six years ago as I ventured into the social services world. As the Public Relations and Communications Coordinator, I manage the online and offline communications materials, organize special events and coordinate volunteers and donations. In my "free" time, I enjoy singing/songwriting, snowboarding and swimming.
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