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Youth First

Our Mission

Our mission is to strengthen youth and families through evidence-based programs that prevent substance abuse, promote healthy behaviors, and maximize student success.

Youth First exists to strengthen and transform the lives of young people and their families. Youth First Social Workers provide specialized mentoring and caring support to students in partnering schools, readily available to assess and address students, family and school needs. Youth First prevention programs give kids the readiness, resiliency, and relationship skills needed to face life’s challenges.

Youth First in
Morgan County

To book a speaker, support, donate, volunteer, or advocate for Youth First in Morgan County, contact Adam Novello, Regional Development Officer.

Find out more about Youth First Social Workers available in Morgan County

Our Mission

Our mission is to strengthen youth and families through evidence-based programs that prevent substance abuse, promote healthy behaviors, and maximize student success.

Youth First exists to strengthen and transform the lives of young people and their families. Youth First Social Workers provide specialized mentoring and caring support to students in partnering schools, readily available to assess and address students, family and school needs. Youth First prevention programs give kids the readiness, resiliency, and relationship skills needed to face life’s challenges.

Youth First in Morgan County

To book a speaker, support, donate, volunteer, or advocate for Youth First in Morgan County, contact Adam Novello, Regional Development Officer.

Find out more about Youth First Social Workers available in Morgan County

Our Mission

Our mission is to strengthen youth and families through evidence-based programs that prevent substance abuse, promote healthy behaviors, and maximize student success.

Youth First exists to strengthen and transform the lives of young people and their families. Youth First Social Workers provide specialized mentoring and caring support to students in partnering schools, readily available to assess and address students, family and school needs. Youth First prevention programs give kids the readiness, resiliency, and relationship skills needed to face life’s challenges.

Youth First in Morgan County

To book a speaker, support, donate, volunteer, or advocate for Youth First in Morgan County, contact Adam Novello, Regional Development Officer.

Find out more about Youth First Social Workers available in Morgan County

Youth First Partner Schools

County Advocates

Ed KominowskiCraig Fenneman
Lisa Arnold

Morgan News

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What Morgan County says about Youth First

“After learning about Youth First’s approach to prevention and the impactful results, Home Bank employees wanted to get behind it in a big way, so that more children and families benefit in Morgan County. We encourage everyone who cares about kids to join Home Bank in donating to Youth First.”

Dan MoorePresident, Home Bank

“Children in Morgan County are our greatest asset in building a brighter future for this community. However, so many of them are struggling due to circumstances out of their control, whether it’s poverty, homelessness, addictions, mental illness, etc. We need solutions to help them and their families break these destructive cycles. We’re excited to partner with Youth First as they provide additional people and resources to tackle these issues head-on and build stronger, healthier and self-reliant families.”

Greg McKelfreshPresident, Kendrick Foundation