A local friend of Warrenville Youth & Family Services introduces Quest students to Animal Assisted Therapy by bringing her puppy-in-training to visit.
Warrenville Youth & Family Services (WYFS) staff recently had some fun connecting with community partners Warrenville Police and Fire Departments and Hubble Middle School at a dodgeball competition.
As a single mom to Diamond and Anna, Cindy knew she needed extra support. She turned to Warrenville Youth & Family Services for wrap-around services including an after-school program for her daughter Diamond and family counseling.
Thanks to a partnership between Warrenville Youth & Family Services and the Warrenville Fire Protection District, an alumna of the Quest program is on her way to becoming a firefighter.
Sit down to get to know Areli Santiago, the bilingual case manager at Warrenville Youth & Family Services (WYFS), and you’ll notice one word in particular that keeps popping up: “excited.”
This summer, middle school students at Warrenville Youth & Family Services are learning about business, working in teams and activating their creativity as they take part in the first-ever entrepreneurship class at WYFS.