Coming in June: Operation Care's Go! Youth Summer Youth Program!
Operation Care's Go! Youth program is excited to announce our new Go! Youth Community Center. Beginning on June 19th, we will be open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9-5 for youth ages 12 - 17. We provide a safe place for youth including snacks, games, crafts, books, a computer lab, movie days, and more, with respect at the center of their experience.
For more information contact: Andrew or Natalie at 223-2897
Sign up for our FREE SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAMS at the Go! Youth Community Center. These programs focus on helping the youth in our community to develop the skills to live violence-free. Groups are fun and full of energy and activity to engage youth and encourage participation.
Go Youth Community Center
Located at: 1001 Broadway, Suite #101, Jackson, CA 95642
See below for class schedules. All of our programs are FREE and transportation is available upon request.
Go! Youth Program works with the Youth of Amador County to help build healthy relationships. The Operation Care advocates that lead the program are dedicated to providing a safe place for youth.
Natalie is a Prevention and Outreach Specialist; she has been with Operation Care and the Go! Youth Program for three years. She is currently working on a Master's in Child Development at Sacramento State. She hopes to use her degree to help educate the community on the importance of healthy relationships especially in the youth. "As adults it is our job to protect and give youth a voice."
Andrew is also a Prevention and Outreach specialist; he has been with Operation Care for a little over a year. Before his time as an employee, he volunteered with Operation Care for almost two years helping with various events within the community. He recently graduated from Folsom Lake College and will be attending Sacramento State in the fall to pursue his Bachelor's in Psychology. He hopes to use his education to continue to serve the community. He believes that, "We all have a part to play in building healthier communities".