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Valley Youth Connections offers help for at-risk youth | Rural Radio Network

Valley Youth Connections offers help for at-risk youth

Valley Youth Connections offers help for at-risk youth

Valley Youth Connections, a new service which helps referral based at risk youth in the community, has begun a youth narcotics and alcohol anonymous program.

The program, for one hour from 4 to 5 p.m. every Tuesday at 29 South Beltline Highway, begins today. Chris Wilson, who operates the facility with Shelley Hall, says most of the at risk youth have a substance abuse issue and they need to have a place separate from adults where they feel comfortable talking about the problem.

Valley Youth Connections opened in mid-February, and provides the youth with assistance in continuing their education and a place where they have many things to do that keep them out of trouble.

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