SUPPORTING YOUTH
STRENGTHENING FAMILIES

twitter facebook

We help children as they deal with the many challenges they may face growing up in today’s world. Some issues our social workers see every day include, but are not limited to:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Social issues
  • Families in transition
  • School/academic difficulties
  • Eating disorders
  • Alcohol and substance use/abuse
  • Bullying and harassment
  • Self-harm

Community youth struggling with any of these issues should not hesitate to reach out for help. Referrals to PYS can be made by school personnel, parents or self-referral. Students may be seen in the schools or at our offices conveniently located in the Spiegel Community Center on Lincoln Avenue in the Village. Simply call Executive Clinical Director, Loraine Young at 248-6203 to make an appointment with a social worker.

Jill Harter Lennox
Executive Director of Administration

Pittsford Partnership for Community Education Presents

Mental Muscles: Building Strength and Resilience in Children of All Ages

Tuesday, March 14 @ 6:30pm
Calkins Road Middle School Auditorium

Join Dr. James Wallace, Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics at the University of Rochester, for a lively and poignant presentation for parents, staff and community.

Learn about mental health issues affecting children and adolescents and the continuum of services.

For more information click here.

For any questions contact: Patricia_Brogan@pittsford.monroe.edu or
Loraine Young lyoung@pittsfordyouthservices.org

Our Phonation will take place on Sunday, March 5th.

Student volunteers from our Youth Advisory Board will be calling households in Pittsford asking for your support. If you receive a call, please take the time to speak with them and help support the valuable work that PYS does for the community.

WAYS YOU CAN HELP

FAQ

Pittsford Youth Services, Inc. (PYS) is dedicated to providing youth and their families with confidential, professional and affordable social work services in the schools and Pittsford community. PYS strives to enhance social and emotional well-being through counseling, advocacy, educational programs and informational services.

OUR
MISSION

Back to Top