1305 W. Oswego Rd.
Naperville, IL 60540
1323 Bond St, Ste 119
Naperville, IL 60563
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Our Mission is to provide life-changing services to youth through substance use prevention education, counseling, and housing.
Our Vision is a community where all youth possess the necessary skills to successfully navigate life’s challenges.
HELP IS ON THE WAY
Today, 360 Youth Services offers substance use prevention education, counseling, and housing. The organization serves youth and families in Naperville and the surrounding areas.
OUR STORY & LEADERSHIP TEAM
360 Youth Services began in 1971 when a group of concerned parents, community, and religious leaders recognized the need for professional, youth-centered services in the Naperville community.
There's always something exciting and important happening with our programs and services at 360 Youth Services.
Guidance past the storm
By: KATE MOON-RAESS, MA, LCPC, Senior Clinical Therapist at 360 Youth Services The tornado that struck our community on the
360 Receives $20,000 COVID-19 Grant from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois
Dupage County, IL– To help ease the ongoing needs of Illinoisans created by the COVID-19 pandemic, Blue Cross and Blue
Virtual Public Hearing – FY2019 Action Plan, Substantial Amendment #5
April 14, 2021 Public Hearing If you are interested in attending this virtual public hearing, please contact David McDermott: David.McDermott@dupageco.org to obtain
360 Launches Emergency Shelter Pilot Program
DuPage County, IL – 360 Youth Services is pleased to announce the launch of our Emergency Shelter Pilot Program! Thanks
360 Youth Services Executive Director of Housing Named to Governor’s Commission
NAPERVILLE, Illinois — Carolyn Wahlskog, LCSW (she/her) was recently appointed to Gov. JB Pritzker’s Youth Homeless Prevention Subcommittee representing a
What can you do if you feel like your mental health is at risk?
By: Michelle Sturgill, LCSW, Clinical Therapist at 360 Youth Services May is Mental Health Awareness Month. People around the world
Parenting During a Pandemic – Navigating Emotions and Pushing the Reset Button
By: Christina Melville, MSED, LCPC, NCC, Clinical Therapist at 360 Youth Services Part 3 of 3 It’s likely that over
By: Christina Graffagna, BS, Clinical Intern Therapist at 360 Youth Services Among the slew of COVID-19 posts you have seen
For the Parents: Put Your Own Mask On
By: Counseling staff at 360 Youth Services When I travel, I am struck by one phrase that the flight attendants
How to Cope when Your Plans Don’t Go as Expected
Jillion Caldwell, LSW, 360 Youth Services My Timeline Has Changed…Now What? Change is something that has always come with different
Telehealth Counseling for Youth and Families
by: Zach Gibson, LCPC, NCC Senior Clinical Therapist at 360 Youth Services When you work as a counselor or social
Parenting during a Pandemic – The Importance of Self-Care
By: Christina Melville, MSED, LCPC, NCC, Clinical Therapist at 360 Youth Services Part 2 We are now several weeks into
Parenting during a Pandemic – You are Not Alone
By: Christina Melville, MSED, LCPC, NCC, Clinical Therapist at 360 Youth Services Part 1 Raise your hand if you’re feeling
Sheltering in Place & Boundary Setting
By: Meg Six, Clinical Intern Therapist at 360 Youth Services Families and individuals are currently faced with an unprecedented set
Sheltering in Place & Connecting with Others
By: Meg Six, Clinical Intern Therapist at 360 Youth Services As we make adjustments in our daily lives to accommodate
2020 Brings New Leadership to 360 Youth Services
New CEO aims to help kids thrive, not just survive NAPERVILLE— The 360 Youth Services Board of Directors is proud
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See Your Impact
$25 – Gas card for youth to get to school or work
$100 – Counselor coverage for a runaway youth
$250 – One Operation Snowball retreat scholarship
$500 – Two nights of emergency shelter and support for a youth in crisis
$1,000 – Eight hours of counseling support for teens and their families in need
$2,500 – Ten move-in baskets of necessities for youth entering our housing program
$5,000 – Four months of rent for two youth experiencing homelessness.