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    Programs that provide a wide range of supervised recreational activities and delinquency prevention services for children and youth of all ages and backgrounds, but particularly for disadvantaged youth, through membership in boys and/or girls clubs. Club members are entitled to use recreational facilities and may have access to counseling, tutorial services, employment assistance, gang programs, drug abuse and alcoholism prevention and other activities and services that direct their energies toward positive social goals and facilitate healthy personality development.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    BEFORE/AFTER SCHOOL CHILD CARE PROGRAMOperates before school child care program from 7am to start of school when school is in session operates after school child care program from school dismissal to 6:30pm when school is in session. Call for more information. For further information or guidance in the selection and location of child care services, please contact the Child Care Council of Suffolk at (631)462-0303 or the Child Care Council of Nassau at (516)358-9250.NassauBEFORE/AFTER SCHOOL CHILD CARE PROGRAMBOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF OYSTER BAY/EAST NORWICH
    BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF SUFFOLKOffers individual, family, group counseling, and programs for the families of the Three Village area. Call for additional information.SuffolkBOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF SUFFOLKBOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF SUFFOLK
    GRENVILLE BAKER BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBOffers programs for boys and girls in Education and Career Development, Sports, Fitness and Recreation. The Arts Character and Leadership Development and Health and Life Skills. Call for detailsNassauGRENVILLE BAKER BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBGRENVILLE BAKER BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
    NORTH SHORE BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBProvides our youth with an environment and place where our children and teens could congregate and be themselves. The organizations serves over 600 children from kindergarten through high school in the North Shore School District. Services provided included after school program called the Canteen, live bands shows known as the Rock Lobster, and Artist Cafe, a seven week summer sports and recreation programNassauNORTH SHORE BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBNORTH SHORE BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
    TEEN PROGRAMSProvides youth ages 13-19 with activities which include: open gym, dances, discussions, art program, college readiness and additional education oriented programs which change quarterly. Computer and game room available.SuffolkTEEN PROGRAMSBOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF THE BELLPORT AREA
    VOLUNTEER PROGRAMProvides a Volunteer Program running from September to June. Teen members in grades 6-12 may volunteer after school and/or on Friday evenings helping at the Learning Center, with homework help, assisting with sports programs in the gym or with a specialty class or program. Adult volunteers assist with office work and data entry Monday-Friday 9am-5pm. Call for details.NassauVOLUNTEER PROGRAMBOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF OYSTER BAY/EAST NORWICH
    YOUTH COURTTrains specially recruited teens from the Town of Brookhaven to serve as court members. Focus on court proceedings, sentencing hearings and determinations for adjudicated youth through the Department of Probation. Referral by Department of Probation or school district required.SuffolkYOUTH COURTBOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF THE BELLPORT AREA
    Youth Enrichment ServicesOffers an after school program that enhances a safe place to learn, develop ongoing relationships with peers and adult professionals, build self esteem and confidence through life skill enhancing programs, and character development experiences.FranklinAFTERSCHOOL YOUTH ENRICHMENT PROGRAMAKWESASNE BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
    Youth Enrichment ServicesProvides a place for the youth of the community to gather for various activities, programs and events to help them build self-esteem, make new friends, learn new skills and just have fun.WestchesterBOYS AND GIRLS CLUBBOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF MOUNT VERNON
    Youth Enrichment ServicesOffers a membership program to youth who are interested in being a part of the community, developing leadership skills and enriching their lives with a wide array of youth development programs and activities after school, during school vacations and during the summer.WestchesterBOYS AND GIRLS CLUBBOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF NEW ROCHELLE
    Youth Enrichment ServicesDrop in programs available for youth with a wide variety of activities.UlsterDROP INBOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF KINGSTON
    Youth Enrichment ServicesProvides a program designed for high school students which helps foster character, personal growth, leadership skills and encourage community service. Activities include a guidance center, Liberty Keystone Club Leadership program, Community service, Junior Keystone Leadership program, College Quest, Recognition programs, Computer lab, and Friday night events such as battle of the bands, open mic and more.WestchesterHIGH SCHOOL STUDENT ENRICHMENT PROGRAMSBOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF NORTHERN WESTCHESTER
    Youth Enrichment ServicesProvides a program designed for middle school students which helps develop self-esteem, deal with peer pressure, encourage community service, helps with homework, mentoring, gym programs, social recreation and cultural arts programs. Some programs include a guidance center, the Torch Club (leadership program), Boys2Men, Smart Girls program, Academic Power Hour, Recognition programs and Friday night events.WestchesterMIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT ENRICHMENT PROGRAMSBOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF NORTHERN WESTCHESTER
    Youth Enrichment ServicesThe Lansingburgh Boys & Girls Club provides a healthy environment of social, educational and recreational programs for boys & girls ages 5-18. It also serves as a community center for many organizations and events. RensselaerYOUTH CENTERLANSINGBURGH BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
    Youth Enrichment ServicesThe Boys and Girls Clubs of Albany provide a comprehensive after-school program which includes educational, recreational, and social activities for children ages four through eighteen. The programs are designed to be effective with children from all backgrounds with special concern for those from disadvantaged circumstances, and provide much-needed service in the community during the hours when parents are still at work and children would otherwise be unsupervised, and during the hours between 3:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. which are the hours when most juvenile delinquent acts occur.AlbanyYOUTH DEVELOPMENTBOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF ALBANY
    Youth Enrichment ServicesPrograms in Character and Leadership Development empower youth to support and influence their Club and community. Programs in Education and Career Development enable youth to become proficient in basic educational disciplines. Programs in Health and Life Skills develop young people's capacity to engage in positive behaviors that nurture their own well-being, set personal goals and live successfully as self-sufficient adults. Programs in The Arts enable youth to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through knowledge and appreciation of the visual arts, crafts, performing arts and creative writing. Programs in Sports, Fitness and Recreation develop fitness. Friday and Saturday nights are now filled with character building, computer skills, self defense classes, phenominal Women youth group, Pass Port to Manhood, basketball and more at "THE CLUB."OrangeYOUTH ENRICHMENT PROGRAMSGLENN E. HINES MEMORIAL BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF NEWBURGH

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