School-Age Youth Development

Information Youth Development programs for school-aged children.

Page updated on Nov 29, 2016 at 11:58 AM

School-Age Youth DevelopmentSchool Age Prevention

The School-Age Youth Development Team provides services that promote healthy youth development and prevent alcohol and drug use, pregnancy, emotional problems, violence and school drop-out. Evidence-based programs and practices include: Too Good for Drugs, LifeSkills Training, Be Proud! Be Responsible!, Girls Circle, Untouchables, Peer Advisors, Young Stars Success, Kids are Terrific Camp, and Decisions 101. The team also provides skill-building groups, school-wide campaigns, parent outreach and education, mediation, after school programs and supportive counseling.   


  • T.C. Williams Main Campus and Charles Houston Recreation Center:  703.401.8717 
  • Hammond Middle School Campus, T.C. Williams Main and Minnie Howard Campuses and Charles Houston Recreation Center:
  • Hammond Middle School Campus and after school programs at George Washington Middle School: 571.213.9489 
  • Tucker Elementary School and Brent Place Apartments: 703.975.1483 
  • Ramsay Elementary School: 571.379.2365 
  • Patrick Henry Elementary School: 703.965.8087 

    The Youth Development Team Leader can be reached at 703.746.3634.