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Upcoming Events
All programs are held at Tri-Town Youth Services,
56 High Street, Deep River, unless otherwise stated.
For more information, call 860.526.3600
To register online: Online Registration

Outstanding Ones
Consecutive Wednesdays January 14 - March18, 2015
11-11:30 AM

Terrific Twos
Consecutive Wednesdays January 14 - March18, 2015
9:30 - 10:30 AM

American Heart Association's
Babysitter Training
Three Consecutive Tuesdays
January 27, February 3 and February 10, 2015
6 - 8 PM
Register early. Space is limited.

Family Fun: Family Scrapbooking
Sunday, February 1, 2015
2-3:30 PM
Papertown Clubhouse, 20 Westbrook Place, Westbrook
Register early. Space is limited.

Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition
 The pulbic is welcome! Meetings take place at
Tri-Town Youth Services at 9 a.m. on the following dates:
January 21, 2015
March 11, 2015
May 20, 2015

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!

Use Charity Blast to shop online at your favorite store where a percetage of your purchase goes to Tri-Town, at no charge to you!

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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 2013 Report to the Tri-Town Community!

* Tips go directly to the state police.

Support Positive Youth Development:  Our Common Cause!

Youth Job Bank
Employer Application         Youth Application

Additional Child and Youth Resources

Happening Now

Marijuana-Free: Navigating The Teen Years

For regular updates on how you can grow your "Family Assets," "Like" Tri-Town Youth Services on Facebook!



Incoming freshmen participated in the 2014 Freshman Transition Initiative. Research shows that students who start their year with a positive experience and feel connected to peers, faculty, staff and other caring adults are more likely become academically successful and get involved in healthy activities throughout their high school experience.

The Freshman Transition Initiative:
A Tri-town Area Rite of Passage!

Tri-Town Youth Services, in conjunction with Valley Regional High School and Camp Hazen YMCA,  sponsored the third annual Freshman Transition Initiative on Wednesday, August 27, 2014. Incoming freshmen met with community volunteers and Peer Captains--specially trained sophomores, juniors and seniors--who offered their experience, enthusiasm and wisdom as they participated in team building and other activities to promote leadership skills and foster camaraderie among the class of 2018!