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Important Terms about Youth Organizations & Centers

Youth organizations and centers encompass a wide variety of different programs. Some offer educational opportunities and rehabilitation for so-called troubled teens. Others are Christian organizations intended to teach teens religious values. Other organizations focus on giving teens a venue to play sports or games during the summer months. Among the above, you can find non-profit clubs run wholly by volunteers, while others are relatively expensive outfits with a national focus. Here we'll define certain key terms that tend to crop up in this field.

  • Youth Coordinator - A person who develops relevant programs for youth organizations and clubs. These programs often relate to sports, travel, or educational activities.
  • Youth Worker - A person who works with teens or children at a youth organization. They can be older teens or adults, and they often act as mentors to one or more members of the youth group.
  • At-risk Youth - A widely used term describing teens who demonstrate a propensity for anti-social behavior. This can include teens with a history of drug abuse, poor family relationships, or emotional problems. Many youth programs are dedicated to helping at-risk teens and children.
  • Wilderness Therapy - A type of youth program where teens are placed a remote outdoor environment with the intention of teaching them valuable life skills.
  • Youth Pastor - Generally seen in youth organizations with a Christian focus, this is a counselor who helps teach religious values to kids. Sometimes called a youth minister.
  • Incident Book - A type of log, frequently kept by youth organizations, that records various incidents of misconduct or criminal acts.
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    Neighborhood Youth Association
    Venice, CA 90291
    Find out what is available for your kids or young adults with our nationwide youth organization. Providing the top source of all of the organizations and activities available around the country.
    National Youth Advocacy Coalition
    Washington, DC 20009
    National social justice organization working with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) young people to strengthen the role of young people in the LGBTQ rights movement
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    Entrepreneur Endeavors Academy
    2011 Foster Street, Evanston, IL 60201
    Contact us in Evanston, IL, at (224) 241-7938 for more information about our wellness center and career center.
    (224) 241-7938
    Lakeview Youth Outreach
    2106 W. Birchwood Avenue, Apartment 1, Chicago, IL 60645
    Contact us at (224) 236-3867 for our social justice organization and youth outreach program in Chicago, IL.
    (224) 236-3867
    US Treatment Finders
    2000 Ogden Ave, Aurora, IL 60504
    WE KNOW WHAT YOUR DEALING WITH! Fear, Anger, Frustration, Hopelessness. LET US HELP YOU WITH HIS ADDICTION!
    (312) 448-7249
    Foss Park District
    1730 Lewis Ave, North Chicago, IL 60064
    (847) 689-7480
    Boy's & Girl's Club of Lake County-Admin Office
    1801 Sheridan Rd Ste 202, North Chicago, IL 60064
    (847) 473-5990
    Boy's & Girl's Club of Lake C Ounty
    724 S Genesee St, Waukegan, IL 60085
    (847) 406-4667
    Westside Community Center
    1420 W Ridgeland Ave, Waukegan, IL 60085
    (224) 610-0881
    After School Club
    1700 Oplaine Rd, Libertyville, IL 60048
    (847) 573-1929
    One Hope United
    1901 N Lewis Ave, Waukegan, IL 60087
    (847) 599-3852
    After School Club
    430 N Aspen Dr, Vernon Hills, IL 60061
    (847) 549-6224
    Girl Scouts Illinois CrossRoads Council Inc
    650 Lakeview Pkwy, Vernon Hills, IL 60061
    (847) 573-0500
    Gymboree Play And Music
    204 Hawthorn Ctr, Vernon Hills, IL 60061
    (847) 680-5437
    Our Lady of Humility Youth Ministry
    10655 W Wadsworth Rd, Zion, IL 60099
    (847) 872-4106
    CrossRoads Church
    1350 Il Route 137, Grayslake, IL 60030
    (847) 362-7120
    Boy's & Girl's Club of Lake County-Zion
    1415 27th St, Zion, IL 60099
    (847) 746-8840


    Youth organizations and centers for teens can be found in several major cities and towns across the country. These programs and clubs are offered so that young children and teenagers have somewhere to go and something to do. This is why many educational programs and extracurricular activities are offered at non-profit clubs and centers for kids. Public youth organizations commonly teach multicultural interaction, sports, games, and Christian ways. No matter where you reside in the US, there is likely a local community center in your area. As you probably know, many people volunteer at public youth clubs, community centers, and nationally recognized facilities across the US. Large groups of young children and teenagers come to these centers daily after school. It is often free to become a member, and it is a great way to interact with peers and groups who enjoy the same sports or activities. Charity events are often held which help pay for these youth programs and educational clubs for kids. While one teen may attend a youth center every day to play basketball with friends, another kid may show up twice a week for an individual learning program. These facilities are generally open to all kids. Since there very well may be a youth center in your area, a great way to learn more about common educational programs, sports teams, multicultural events, and volunteer options is by speaking with someone in charge. If you are interested in a specific aspect of teen clubs, be sure to address this with one of their staff members.
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