Enfield Youth Services & Youth Center

The mission of Enfield Youth Services is to enhance positive youth development where youth, families, and community can grow together.
!NEW!  Brochure: EYS Brochure 2016

Your participation in the survey will assist the Enfield Together Coalition to further understand how to improve communication, engagement, and implementation of the social norm campaign.  Thanks for your time and attention.

Check out the Youth Center for weekly activities and upcoming events!

Enfield Youth Services Show

Twice a month on 107.7 WACC, the Enfield Youth Services Show offers the best local interviews and a synopsis of what's going on in the Town of Enfield, and the Town of Enfield school systems. Past guests have ranged from state representatives, to local principals and teachers in the Enfield School System.
Summer Programs

Enfield Youth Services offers positive youth development programs on site, as well as in the schools & community. Check out our summer programs.

Please click below for Connecticut Clearinghouse resources on Suicide Prevention:

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This is to remind you of the public service announcement, “Mind Your Meds,” highlighting the dangers of prescription drug misuse released by the members of the statewide Prescription Drug Overdose Prevention Workgroup in 2015. The spot features a compelling family story and a message from Connecticut Lieutenant Governor Nancy Wyman.

The PSA can be viewed at http://bit.ly/1K9P5Nl .  You are strongly encouraged to share this public service announcement and information on prescription drug misuse and prevention with all those with whom you interact including but not limited to students, program participants, colleagues, clients, constituents, patients, customers, parishioners, family members, neighbors, and friends.  

 additional information or resources on prescription drug misuse and prevention, visit: www.DrugFreeCT.org  or Connecticut Clearinghouse at www.ctclearinghouse.org/Topics/topic.asp?TopicID=21 .

Participating Prescription Drug Overdose Prevention Workgroup members include: 

·  AIDS Connecticut (ACT)
·  Communities 4 Action
·  Connecticut Conference of Municipalities 
·  Connecticut Department of Children and Families 
·  Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services 
·  Connecticut Department of Public Health 
·  Connecticut Prevention Network 
·  Connecticut State Medical Society 
·  Governor Malloy’s Office 
·  The Governor’s Prevention Partnership 
·  Housatonic Valley Coalition Against Substance Abuse 
·  Northeast Communities Against Substance Abuse 
·  Wheeler Clinic

Judith A. Stonger, MA, CPS, CARC
Vice President of Prevention, Wellness and Recovery 
Wheeler Clinic/Connecticut Clearinghouse
334 Farmington Avenue
Plainville, CT  06062
800.232.4424 (office)
860.324.6527 (cell)
860.793.9813 (fax)