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Newtown Youth Services Supporters!

Thanks for honoring Newtown Youth Services in the Labor Day Parade. It was a wonderful day!

Parent Connection

A grassroots organization dedicated to raising awareness concerning substance abuse, the group kicks off with a presentation by rehabilitation counselor John Hamilton Wednesday, September 24, 7–9 pm, in the Newtown Middle School auditorium. Mr Hamilton will discuss the current trends in usage among our young people and what parents need to be aware of.

Hope Support Group

Support group for parents of children involved with substance abuse.

Mondays 7:30–9:30 pm in the Parent’s Corner. All Are Welcome!


Mom’s Support Groups

Groups run for ten weeks by professional staff. Each week a different topic will be discussed. All groups meet in the Parents’ Corner of NYS. There is a $20 registration fee. (The fee will be waived for whomever this causes a hardship). Call NYS at 270-4335 to sign up and we will send you a registration form.

Moms Of Babies

Birth To One Year

Tuesdays, 10:30–11:30 am (please note change in time) beginning September 16.

Moms of Babies

12 To 18 Months

Thursdays, 10:30–11:30 am (please note change in time) beginning September 18.

Working Moms Group

Second Saturday of the month, 10–11 am, September 13 and October 11.

4-H Garden Hours

Please call for new hours.

Job Bank

Are you 13 or older? Looking for a summer job or a part-time position to carry you through the school year? The Newtown Youth Services Job Bank is open to you! Newtown residents call NYS looking for a person to fill a particular job. Our Job Bank coordinator checks their files and matches a student with a patron. All you need to do is fill out an application form, which is available at NYS or we can mail one to you and you are on your way to employment.

All programs will take place at Newtown Youth Services, 41-A Main Street, unless noted. To register or for further information, call 270-4335.

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