Adolescent ServicesPennsylvania Family Support Alliance protects children by teaching citizens to recognize and report child abuse and neglect by providing information, educational materials, and programs that promote positive parenting. Click on the link above for more information and links to helpful resources
Child Abuse & Neglect: Child Abuse Facts, Indicators of Child Abuse, Child Abuse Prevention, Child WelfareParenting: Thoughts for Parents, Parenting in Difficult Situations, Parenting Teens, School Aged, & Young Children*Features information for Mandated ReportersThe Bucks County Children and Youth Social Services Agency is responsible under Pennsylvania Public Law to receive and investigate reports of child abuse and neglect, provide for the temporary care of children not able to remain with their own families and develop community-wide social service programs that promote family stability. The Agency endeavors to be responsive to the changing health and welfare needs of all families by encouraging the development of programs that reduce dependency and strengthen family life4259 West Swamp Road, Suite 200
Doylestown, PA 18901
Phone: 215-348-6900*Child Protective ServicesThe mission of Valley Youth House is
to provide prevention and intervention services, counseling, life skills and behavioral health services to abused neglected, and homeless youth and their families. Their programs foster positive growth enabling at-risk youth and their families to become healthy, productive, responsible members of the community.
The Bucks County Street Outreach Program, locally and nationally known as the SYNERGY PROJECT, serves runaway, homeless and street youth between ages 12 and 21. The Street Outreach Team travels throughout the county connecting youth with the help they need. Youth receive access to emergency shelter, survival aid, counseling, referrals for specialized services, crisis intervention, and education and employment assistance.
- Prevention & Intervention Services
- Counseling & Life Skills
- Behavorial health services to abused, neglected, and homeless youth & their families.
- Residential & Independant Living
- Locations in Allentown, Bethlehem, Warminster, and more.
- Click on the link above to connect to the website for more information or to register for programs.
- Support, Counseling, Food, Clothing Support and Services
- Can be done anonymously
- Youth Shelter--215-442-9760 (24 hours.)
800 North York RoadBuilding 22
Warminster, PA 18974Robert Wood, Coordinator
Shane Burroughs, Coordinator
For more than 100 years, Big Brothers Big Sisters has operated under the belief that inherent in every child is the ability to succeed and thrive in life. As the nation’s largest donor and volunteer supported mentoring network, Big Brothers Big Sisters makes meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”), ages 6 through 18, in communities across the country. They develop positive relationships that have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of young people.
- Raises money for educational programs and child development programs
- Assists youth through team sports, family oriented educational programs, and leisure activities
- P.O. Box 437, Quakertown PA 18951
- Contact your child's guidance counselor or Kirsten Cochran, school social worker (215-529-2419) for a referral
- Community-based Mentoring
- School-based Mentoring
- 2875 Old York Rd, Jamison PA 18929
- 215-343-8260 - phone
215-343-8265 - fax
email@example.com - email
- To enroll your child, click on the link at the top of this section to connect to the website application, or call the above phone number to ask questions about enrolling your child.Additional Telephone Contacts:Supplies (food, clothing, etc...)215-990-3962Child Abuse (24 hrs)1-800-282-5785Domestic Violence (24 hrs)1-800-220-8116Rape Crisis Line (24 hrs)1-800-675-6900National Runaway Switchboard (24 hrs)1-800-RUNAWAY (786-2929)Drug & Alchohol Services215-785-0837Homeless Youth School Contact215-348-2940Crisis Pregnancy Center610-821-4000Planned Parenthood215-957-7980Eating Disorders1-800-RENFREW (736-3739)Bus Schedule215-580-7800Taxi215-295-4000AIDS Information215-757-6916National Youth Crisis Hotline (24 hrs)1-800-999-9999
Last Modified on March 15, 2016