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Fall Events Calendar
Programs for Youth and Families
All programs are held at Tri-Town Youth Services,
56 High Street, Deep River, unless otherwise stated.
For more information, call 860.526.3600
* You may pay securely via PayPal, below *

Parent-Toddler Play & Support Group
Wednesdays from 10:00-11:00
October 5 - November 16
at Tri-Town, 56 High Street, Deep River
Pay-what-you-can.  Suggested fee: $45
RSVP here: Online Registration or call 860-526-3600.

Mother-Daughter Night Out
for Sixth Grade Girls & their Moms

"Painting Party"
Thursday, November 3 @ 6:30-8:30 ($10/pair)
Tri-Town, 56 High Street, Deep River
RSVP here: Online Registration   or by calling 860-526-3600

Health & Wellness Fair
with the Early Childhood Council
Saturday, November 19 @ 10:00-noon
Chester Elementary School
23 Ridge Road, Chester


Program Cancellation Policy:
In the event of inclement weather and Region 4 schools are closed, you can safely assume Tri-Town programs will be cancelled. If in doubt, tune to NBC Connecticut on television (or visit or try WFSB on TV (or go to for cancellation information.

See Something, Hear Something, Say Something!
Call the TIP LINE!*

Parents and/or youth can report underage
drinking, drug use, unsupervised parties,
or any suspicious activity anonymously.

                 860-767-4340 x130

Interested in making an online credit card donation to support Tri-Town?
You can, at our secure PayPal site. Thank you!

Using E-Bay? Make an impact every time you buy an item using our
Tri-Town Youth Services page on eBay Giving Works!

For more information about opportunities to contribute to Tri-Town Youth Services, 860.526.3600 or

Tri-Town Youth Services Bureau, Inc.
P.O. Box 897
56 High Street
Deep River, Connecticut 06417

Did you know that the more
Developmental Assets
youth possess, the more likely
they will be emotionally healthy
and successful in life?

Read the results of Tri-Town's most recent youth survey
--Profiles of Student Life: Attitudes and Behaviors--
in our 2015 Report to the Tri-Town Community!

* Tips go directly to the state police.

Support Positive Youth Development:  Our Common Cause!

Additional Child and Youth Resources

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For information about the impact of marijuana on the developing teen brain and the challenges parents and youth face in the light of changing legislation (decriminalization, medicalization, legalization) both locally and nationally, see Marijuana-Free: Navigating the Teen Years, download the Partnership for Drug Free Kids' Marijuana Talk Kit, and/or see our regularly updated page:

                  Marijuana: Weeding Through

To grow your Family Assets, "Like"
Tri-Town Youth Services on Facebook

Youth Job Bank
Employer Application
         Youth Application

Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition
Meetings take place at Tri-Town Youth Services
Future meeting dates: Nov. 16, Jan. 18, Mar. 8 and May 17

Program Registration