Since 1971
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Our Mission and History

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 Mission

Our Mission

Our Mission is to provide life-changing services to youth through substance use prevention education, counseling and housing.

Our Vision

Our Vision

Our Vision is a community where all youth possess the necessary skills to successfully navigate life’s challenges.

Our History

Our History

Our History is rich and challenging. 360 Youth Services began in 1971 as Naperville Community Outreach when a group of concerned parents, community, and religious leaders recognized the need for professional, youth-centered services in the Naperville community.

Annual Reports

Our Programs

Counseling Programs

Our Counseling services are as varied as the issues that arise for those having difficulty at home, school, or in the community. Trained therapists provide a variety of professional counseling services for school-aged youth and families, as well as young adults. Educational groups for youth of all ages and their parents are also offered. Some issues addressed include depression, anxiety, grief, family conflict, life transitions, self-esteem and parenting. Specialized services for high-risk youth are also available.

*Many insurance plans are accepted and special accommodations can be arranged for families who are struggling financially.

Prevention Programs

360 Youth Services is dedicated to helping youth make healthy choices and preventing youth substance use. Through highly recognized programs and initiatives – The Power of Choice, Youth Prevention Education, Naperville Operation Snowball, Positive Choices Positive Voices, Community Alliance for Prevention – 360 uses a variety of proven prevention strategies to best serve our mission and community in order to reduce youth substance use. 360 is funded by local, state and federal grantors to provide best practice substance abuse prevention for students and their parents in the geographic boundaries of the 203 & 204 school districts. These programs are supported through valuable partnerships with Naperville Community School District 203, Indian Prairie School District 204 and community partners.

Housing Programs

When housing is uncertain, everything in a young person’s life seems to fall apart. At 360 Youth Services, housing and support services are provided to young adults, 18-24 years old, who were previously homeless, and teenage boys, 13-17 years old, who are unable to live with their families. Support services including life skills, budgeting, counseling, art therapy and more are provided.

Mentor Programs

We know that having a supportive adult in a young person’s life creates more positive outcomes. Our mentor program matches adults in the community with residents in our Cornerstone Group Home and Transitional Housing Programs so youth can build a stronger network of support through trusting relationships.

LGBTQ Collaborative

360 Youth Services coordinates The DuPage Community Network: Professionals Serving LGBT+ Youth, a group of community partners that provide a safe and respectful environment for professionals and community members to network on issues related to gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth. For more information on this group, contact Carolyn Wahlskog at cwahlskog@360youthservices.org or call 630-961-2992, Ext: 1168

 

Our Amazing Team

Leonard Jones

Pitney Bowes

Board President

Dr. Sanjeeb Khatua

Edward-Elmhurst Health

Board Vice President

Alexander Harris

Metropolitan Family Services

Treasurer | Finance Committee Chair

Oriana Van Someren

d'aprile properties

Development Committee Chair

Christine Peggau

Chamberlain Group

Strategic Planning Committee Chair

Bob Anderson

DuPage County Circuit Judge, Retired

Secretary

Rebecca Boyd-Obarski

Dan Bridges

Tony Chirico

Mike Connelly

Jeff Egan

Peggy Frank

Kevin Gensler

Jeffrey Harris

Brenda Harter

Christine Jeffries

Dawn Kelsch

Ray Kinney

Robert Marshall

Ray McGury

Mike Reilly

Dr. Karen Sullivan

Ramona Ustian

Joe Vozar

Judie Caribeaux, MA, LCSW

Chief Executive Officer

Carolyn Wahlskog, LCSW

Executive Director of Housing

Karen Jarczyk, LSW, CSPS

Prevention Director

Cathy Goulet

Interim Chief Financial Officer

Danya Grunyk

Grunyk Family Law

Board Member

Marilyn Marchetti, J.D

Fiduciary Advisory Group

Board Member

Dr. Donna Marino

Donna Marino, PsyD, Ltd. Executive and Leadership Coaching

Board Member

Toyin Ogun

Chief Human Resources Officer, HAVI

Board Member

Britt Wagner

Edward Jones

Board Member

Anna Themanson, M.S.Ed, LCPC, CADC

Clinical Therapist

Christina Graffagna, MEd

Therapist

Christina Melville, MSEd, LCPC, NCC

Clinical Therapist

Cleo Caudillo, MS, LMFT

Clinical Therapist

Courtney Hoeft Rozek, MSW, LSW

Clinical Therapist

Jillion Caldwell, MSW, LCSW

Therapist

Julie Roubal, B.A

Clinical Intern Therapist

Kate Moon-Raess, MA, LCPC

Senior Clinical Therapist

Laura Fuechsl B.A.

Clinical Intern Therapist

Madelyn Strong, BS

Clinical Intern Therapist

Margot Smith, MS, LMFT

Clinical Director of Counseling Services

Nida Haider B.A.

Clinical Intern Therapist

Ryan Hansen, MA, LPC, ATR-P

Therapist

Zach Gibson, MA, LCPC, NCC

Senior Clinical Therapist

Julie Ryan

Chief Philanthropy Officer

Join the Team

Looking to join our growing team and become a part of helping youth navigate life’s challenges.

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At 360 Youth Services we take commitment to our mission, and to the donors who support that mission, very seriously.

As such, we openly provide access to our financial records.

For more information, you can download our most recent Financial Snapshot, or review our Annual Report.

360 Youth Services is a
GuideStar Exchange Platinum Participant

We achieved a milestone recognition with the 360 Youth Services – Youth in Care Program earning the designation of Innovative Tier of Recognition by the Human Rights Campaign.

This highest tier recognizes agencies that go beyond their solid foundation to implement innovative approaches to LGBTQ inclusion and demonstrate leadership.

Learn more about the
Human Rights Campaign.

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