Youth Services Programs
Volunteers of America provides high quality and innovative services to at-risk youth in Sheridan and Johnson Counties. The staff provides youth in these programs the opportunity for academic, social and emotional growth as well as providing resources to families. These programs provide a continuum of care and support for youth through prevention, crisis intervention and long-term services.
A.C.E. Program stands for Accountability, Change, and Education. The program is an alternative suspension program that provides a positive environment for students to take accountability for behaviors and successfully reintegrate back into school.
Independent Living & Transitional Housing
The Independent Living and Transitional Housing Program is engaged in and committed to identifying eligible youth and mentoring, advising and assisting them toward the goal of functional adulthood.
Milestones Children's Home
Milestones Children's Home is a residential facility for youth from ages 10-17 that provides services to youth in crisis and to court-ordered youth.
For the National Runaway Switchboard, please visit www.1800RUNAWAY.org
Johnson County Youth & Community Services
Providing supervision for youth and adults who are under supervision of the Johnson County court system.
Volunteers of America Northern Rockies (VOA) partners with local leaders to ensure that Wyoming’s youth are being given the greatest chance of success while still promoting accountability and maintaining public safety.