Teens & Transitional Age Youth 13-23

Teenage Access to Skills and Knowledge (TASK)
TASK is an engaging, interactive program that provides academic, social and recreational activities to teens, ages 13 to 17, in order to help them recognize their full potential as productive citizens.  The goal of this program to provide our young residents with the necessary tools they need to successfully graduate from high school and go on to college so that they are able to achieve a choice career and financially stability.  Programming includes a career development and mentoring program that offers our youth recreational, educational and social skill building opportunities.  TASK focuses on SAT prep, cultural awareness, civic and social responsibility, self-empowerment and development as well as additional educational and career-focused skill sets.  Program hours are Monday through Friday from 4:00p.m. until 8 p.m.  Please note that the hours are subject to change.

For more information, contact Alan Askew
Phone: (415) 928-6569

Email: AAskew@btwcsc.org

Transitional Age Youth (TAY)
This project is designed to serve ages 18-25 that have been targeted to combat poverty, substance abuse, mental health and financial instability. The biggest need that our targeted population requires assistance is in the areas of mental health, skill development, employment and housing. Our program is designed to meet each individual where they are with critical case management, mentorship, training and resource referral.

  • Youth Employment Program (YES) provides employment and training services that assist in addressing the educational, job readiness and career exploration goals of our youth.  This program focuses on helping young people with the following:
  • Basic skills training; including remedial education and literacy training
  • Tutoring and mentoring; additional services available to help students’ complete high school. We are dedicated to helping students stay in school, including alternative schools. We help those who have dropped out to get their GED.
  • Summer employment linked to academic or occupational learning
  • Health and mental health support
  • Housing Assistance
  • Job-readiness training
  • Services and activities specifically created to smooth the transition from school to work, higher education, vocational and apprenticeship opportunities

For more information, contact Alan Askew
Phone: (415) 928-6569

Email: AAskew@btwcsc.org