Youth Links Wish List - Heartland Family Service

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Youth Links Wish List - Heartland Family Service
Youth Links
Triage Center
Wish List
Youth Links is an innovative program for youth ages 10-18 who have been found to be delinquent
or who are status offenders. It is a “triage” center in that it provides assessments and short-term
services which help youth re-enter or remain in the community safely. The goal is to provide
additional structure that helps each youth to sustain his/her current placement, or to assist the
guardian in finding the most appropriate level of care. At the same time, encouragement with
the family is provided. The dual focus on youth and family better prepares the youth’s return to a
constructive lifestyle. As always, thank you for your donation to Heartland Family Service.
• New twin bed sets
• New blankets
• Duffle bags/backpacks
• Bean bag chairs
• T-shirts
• Sweatshirts
(no hoods)
• Underwear
(male/female)
• Bras of all sizes
• Socks (male/female)
• Pajama pants
(male/female)
• Slippers, flip flops, tennis shoes
• Girls’ hair ties, bands,
bobbi pins, etc.
• Brushes, combs, picks
• Hygiene products
• Deodorant, shavers,
shaving cream, lotion
• Heavy-duty
pencil sharpeners
• Coloring books
• Crossword puzzles
• Teen books series
• Legos
• Art supplies (markers,
beads, string, glue, etc.)
• Yard games (croquet,
ladder ball, bocce ball)
• Board games
• Video games (Rated E)
• DVDs (PG-13)
• Sports equipment
and balls
• Weights
• Radios
• Tickets (Plays, sporting
events,etc.)
• Passes (Movie theatre,
zoo, museums, etc.)
• Gift cards (Fast-food
restaurants, stores, etc.)
• Donate homemade
breakfasts or dinners
For more information, contact our Volunteer Coordinator
at 402-552-7418 or [email protected]
About Heartland Family Service
Heartland Family Service provides critical services to the most vulnerable children and
families in our community. Eighty percent of the clients served have annual incomes
of $20,000 or less, and many programs are offered to the public on a sliding fee scale.
Every year, staff helps more than 50,000 clients address serious, urgent issues involving
child abuse, juvenile crime, family violence, mental illness, substance abuse and poverty.
In addition, several programs enrich the lives of metro residents through parent
education, support for child care providers, a girls’ center and a senior center.
To learn more call 402-553-3000 or visit www.HeartlandFamilyService.org
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