Youth, Family, & Recreation Division

The NYFR Mission:

To promote the social, emotional, and physical health of our community through recreation, workforce development, education, and engagement. 

How do we achieve our Mission?  

  • Positive Youth Development and Leadership Opportunities
  • Juvenile Justice Diversion
  • Family Involvement
  • Mental Health Services
  • Community Outreach
  • Workforce Development 
  • Recreational Activities


You can click HERE to register online, but registration forms can also be found in our office. Completed registrations can be dropped off in person, mailed, emailed, or faxed. There is a drop box located right next to the main door for after-hour registrations.  Registrations will not be completed unless a payment is made.  We accept check, debit/credit, and money orders ONLY; debit/credit can be taken over the phone, online or in person.

Click this link to view our Fall 2023 Brochure. 

Fall 2023 Brochure

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We have several videos on our Tik Tok, providing information about underage drinking and coping strategies for youth and adults! 

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We have many videos for parents and youth on managing challenges, virtual touch-a-truck videos, self-care techniques, wellness, and our staff Story Time readings!


We post updates, resources, and information on our Facebook page regularly!


We post updates, resources, and information on our Instagram page regularly!

Youth Trauma and Resilience in Contexts of Poverty, a Webinar with the    Institute for Research on Poverty

A growing body of research has begun to change understandings of how toxic environments can affect young people, particularly African American boys and young men. In this webinar, we hear from Dr. Noni Gaylord-Harden, Dr. Jocelyn Smith Lee, and Dr. Alvin Thomas about risk and protective factors for youth exposed to poverty, racism, and violence, and about how research, policy, and practice can incorporate these lessons.