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Youth Reengagement

About Us

Our Youth Reengagement program is dedicated to student reengagement, empowerment, and fostering success in school and work. We understand the importance of providing support and guidance to young individuals, which is why we connect them with tutors at our tutoring office.

Through evidence-based and best practice strategies, Northwest Family Services offers a wide range of programs and services in the Portland metropolitan area. Our school-based programs focus on case management, after-school and summer programs, groups, and various services that help students overcome challenges and thrive. We prioritize the holistic development of young individuals by providing support in areas such as alcohol and drug education, suicide prevention, and addressing the impact of gangs. Additionally, we offer outpatient alcohol and drug treatment in select locations.

We understand that children and youth affected by incarceration require special support, which is why we offer individual and group counseling services. Our dedicated staff employs a strength-based approach, focusing on reducing risks and increasing resiliency. We actively involve family members whenever possible, and we organize several annual programs specifically designed to reinforce these important relationships.

NWFS is a Member of the Oregon Alliance

NWFS is proud to be a member of the OA. As part of this statewide nonprofit association, we advocate for the needs of children and families and support the individuals and organizations providing essential services. Our goal is to ensure that Oregon prioritizes children as its top investment and develops effective budgets and policies that benefit them.

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