When youth between the ages of 12 and 17 need a safe and secure temporary place to live, our Family Junction shelter provides that space.
Whether in DHS custody, living without parental support or having run away from home, youth who stay with us receive clean beds, nutritious meals, counseling, emotional support, the ability to attend school, tutoring, recreational and social activities.
The Community Intervention Center (CIC) offers assistance to youth brought to us by law enforcement and connect them with needed services like food, clothing, housing, medical, counseling, or mentoring. The CIC helps them understand court proceedings. If they are assigned community service, we connect them to facilities that offer that option.
Young people living on their own without parental support are at great risk of being presented with several difficult obstacles that can include increased criminal activity, victimization, unsafe sexual practices, and untreated mental health issues.
Pivot staff provide a comprehensive array of services ensuring young people have access to resources.
If you are in need of support or services, Pivot is here for you! Fill out to referral form to be connected to services.
SUPPORTING KIDS IN
Pivot counseling services provide support for youth and families as they navigate relationships, trauma, external factors and more.
Our goal is to accompany young people on their journey to adulthood, ensuring they have the tools they need to manage situations and their reactions.
Pivot can also help with depression, poor nutrition, high risk behaviors, substance abuse, anxiety, unlawful actions, and grief.