After School & Summer ProgramsBig Brothers/Big Sisters of Cumberland CountyOne to one mentoring for youth ages 7-18 promoting self-esteem, confidence and responsible decision making, fostering cultural and social growth to adulthood. Helps alleviate the pressures associated with living in single parent homes or nontraditional families through intervention and prevention.
1944 East Landis Avenue, Vineland NJ 08362
Phone 856-692-0916 Fax 856-692-0766Email: email@example.com
Boy Scouts of America Southern NJ Council
Scouting provides quality youth programs that build character through the 12 core values with an emphasis on hands on activities and civic service.
4468 South Main Road, Millville, NJ 08332
Phone: 856-327-1700 Fax: 856-327-8031
Cumberland County 4-HThe 4-H Youth Development Program is part of Rutgers Cooperative Extension; a unit of NJ Agricultural Experiment Station. 4H uses a learn-by-doing approach to enable youth to develop the knowledge, attitudes and skills they need to become competent, caring and contributing citizens of the world.4H Center
Phone: 856-451-2800 Ext. 3
Girl Scouts of the South Jersey Pines
A leadership development organization for girls building courage, confidence, and character by making the world a better place through trips, exploring the outdoors, selling cookies, and action projects.
2944 Victoria Avenue, Newfield, NJ 08344
School Based Youth Services Program (available to students at Memorial High School, Mil!vine Senior High School and Millville Alternative High School).
The LINK School Based Youth Services Program helps young people navigate their adolescent years, finish their education, obtain skills leading to employment or continuing education, and graduate healthy and drug free. All services are provided free of charge and require parental consent. Core services provided include:
Mental health counseling Healthy youth development
Primary and preventive health services Substance abuse counseling and referral
Employment services Pregnancy prevention programs
Learning support services Referrals to community-based providers
Recreation and clubs STD/HIV testing and treatment
For more information, contact your school counselor or school nurse.
Police Athletic League (PAL) Millville
A youth group for Millville children 8-16. Different events and programs for all age groups are offered throughout the year. Applications are available in each school for this program.
PO Box 1491, Millville, NJ 08332
Visions of Hope
After school & 6 week Summer Academic Enrichment
Camp fee required
414 North Seventh Street
Vineland, NJ 08360
Boys & Girls Club of Vineland
For youth 6-18 Hours: M-F, transportation is requiredServes K-12 students1370 S. Main Road #1106, Vineland, NJ 08360Phone: 856-696-4190Contact: Chris Volker @ Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.vinelandbgc.org
Boys & Girls Club - Youth for Success Initiative
The Youth for Success Initiative, funded by the NJ Attorney General's Office, is a collaboration of various agencies in Cumberland County (with the Boys & Girls Club as lead agency) along with the Cumberland County Positive Youth Development Coalition. The major goal of the initiative is to help curb juvenile delinquency in our communities.
Transportation required, program runs year-round.
Girls: “Smart Girls” program
Boys: “Passport to Manhood” program
Located at Family Success Center in Millville, Tuesdays at 5:00PM
Contact: Tygh Powell, Case Manager,856-896-0244.
CEZ – 21st Century ProgramAfter School & Summer Programs - (access through school guidance office)
~Sites include elementary and middle schools in Millville, program focus is on social-emotional, as well as academic components for studentsContact: Cindy Angelo • Email: email@example.com
Cumberland- Cape-Atlantic YMCA
Summer Camp ages 3-17 with membership fee.
Daily and extended day services for an additional fee
Socialization based skills and activities
1159 East Landis Ave. Vineland, NJ
Self-Injury: You’re Not the Only One
~A treatment team of experts uses therapy, education, and support to empower clients to identify healthier ways to cope with emotional distress.