YFA MEETINGS:


EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Meeting:
The next executive meeting will be September 2 at 8:30 a.m. at the YFA office, 601 East 66th Street, Suite 101.


AUTHORITY Meeting:
NOTE: There is no collaborative meeting in July.

The next collaborative meeting will be on September 9 at 4:00 p.m. at the Lewis Cancer & Research Pavilion in the second floor conference room.


Teen Maze

 

Last year's event was held October 14th - 17th at the National Guard Armory.  The focus was on underage drinking, texting while driving, and drug use.  1,150 eighth students participated.  View event photos.

For 2014, the event is scheduled for September 29-October 2 at the National Guard Armory.  We anticipate approx. 1,200 eighth students will participate.


Annual Report 2012


View the 2012 Annual Report   here OR by clicking on About Us from the top menu.


Savannah Ready, Set, WORK!


YFA’s pilot 7-week summer work program for youth ages 16+ began the week of June 2.  Youth have been placed at partner work sites and are progressing nicely.  View the summer work program update.


Region 12 Peer-to-Peer Meeting


The Georgia Family Connection Partnership Peer-to-Peer meeting for Region 12 was held in Savannah at the Southwest Chatham Library.  The key topic was the behavioral health system and challenges.  View photo sheet from event.


Chatham-Savannah Youth Futures Authority
601 East 66th Street
Suite 101
Savannah, GA 31405

P.O. Box 14317, Savannah, GA  31416

Phone: 912.352.7054 ~ Fax: 912.352.7451
Edward Chisolm, Executive Director

To ensure that youth have access to supports and services to help them stay on the right path, have school success, and develop into productive young adults, the Authority places an emphasis on positive youth development opportunities and experiences.

Teen Maze

The third annual Teen Maze event was held at the Georgia National Guard Armory in October 2013 to expose 8th grade students to various life altering events which should help them to recognize the consequences associated with decisions they make and activites they participate in.  Stations were set up to let them interact in such areas as: car crash scene, DUI, dating and decisions, responsibilities associated with a baby, etc. 


View 2013 Teen Maze Photo Sheet

Some photos from previous Teen Maze events . . .

Teen Maze theme:

Car crash scene:

Do you choose death?

Can you walk the line?

Babies require a lot of work!

How does it feel to be arrested?