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You(th) Decide
County of Oswego Council on Alcoholism and Addictions (COCOAA)

53 East Third Street
Oswego, NY

Provides a gambling prevention initiative to increase community awareness about risks associated with problem gambling and how adolescents are more susceptible to developing gambling problems.

Youth Advisory Council
Oswego City / County Youth Bureau

70 Bunner Street
Oswego, NY

Advises the Youth Bureau in the development of programs that will benefit young people. The council is composed of high school students representing Oswego County's nine school districts.

Youth Advocacy Program
Mountain View Prevention Services

7714 Number Three Road
Lowville, NY

Offers advocacy for youth of Lewis County through the school systems. Issues addressed include drug and alcohol awareness, academic struggles, anxiety, problems at home, bullying problems, behavioral problems, and self-esteem.

Youth Athletics
Syracuse City Department of Parks, Recreation, and Youth Programs

412 Spencer Street
Syracuse, NY

Offers youth sport leagues including baseball, basketball, golf, hockey, running, skiing, soccer, swimming, and tennis.

Youth Program
Solvay Geddes Community Youth Center

1010 Woods Road
Syracuse, NY

Provides recreational activities for children, including swimming at the on-site pool.

Youth Recreation and Sports
Refugee and Immigrant Self-Empowerment (RISE)

302 Burt Street
Syracuse, NY

Provides culturally competent youth education programming for refugee youth including  academic assistance, socialization, and life skills building. Specializing in support for reading and math addressing language and cultural barriers. After school and summer programming. 

Youth Services
Oswego County Workforce New York

200 North Second Street
Fulton, NY

Provides youth with referrals and services to meet their academic and employment needs. Services may include work experience, tutoring, life skills, counseling, career exploration, job readiness, and the opportunity to earn rewards for academic job performance.

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