PROVIDING SERVICES FOR YOUTH AND FAMILIES TO ENHANCE THE COMMUNITY
Programs and services at the Scott Center are available to young people ages 6-17, and their family members. The Center also provides specific services for special populations when the need and interest arises. While we encourage young people and their families to join the Center, and participate in our programs, individuals may also be referred by schools, community based organizations/agencies (public and private), churches, friends, or family.
We believe that each young person is special with unique strengths and skills. We strive to draw upon and reinforce these strengths in designing and implementing the Scott Center’s programs, utilizing a strength-based approach. We also believe that the developmental needs of young people are best met through the guidance and nurturance of their families. The Scott Center endeavors to provide services, which affirm the roles of the family, preserve, and strengthen family functioning, and support and empower parents. Parental involvement is encouraged and we realize that such support and involvement strengthen our efforts.
The programs and services at the Scott Center are designed and delivered with a mutual respect for the rights, well being, and dignity of our members. No one is denied services based on race, creed, religion, national origin, disability or income.