Hope For Youth

HFY Happenings

18th of June 2015

2014 Annual Report

2014 Annual Report

Tin Lilly Shopping Event!

Our kids had a wonderful time picking out their outfits from a very special boutique in Bayport who’s mission is to support adoptions!  Thank you to Debbie and all the volunteers at Tin Lilly who chose just the perfect fit for our kids.  What an exciting day it was…

27th of April 2015

Run For Hope 5K Results Are In!

Many thanks to all of our runners who spent the morning proving to vulnerable kids that there is HOPE!

The race results have been posted here on coolrunning.com.

18th of March 2015

You’re Invited!

It’s time to kick-off our Run For Hope 5K!


Thursday, March 26*

Verde Kitchen & Cocktails, Bay Shore

Every Child Is an Artist

Thank you to volunteers Camille (left) and Cherrie (right) who graciously donated their time and skills to give our small group room a makeover!  New lamps, tables and décor were added to make the environment more…

Jadzia is the WINNER!!!

Congratulations to Jadzia form our Therapeutic Foster Care program!  Jadzia submitted to our art contest a computer graphic demonstrating what she learned at a recent workshop at Hope For Youth. The image encourages youth to make positive choices and not engage in risky behaviors that may put their…

We’re Bored for Board Games

Since many of our adolescents aren’t able to visit with family and friends in the evening or on the weekends, they are at a loss for social interactions that can be helpful for their therapy.  Our solution: Game Night!

Game night evenings are great opportunities for…

18th of February 2015

ADD Enterprises Supports HFY Awareness Event

In Mid February, adolescents in all Hope For Youth programs were invited to a participate in an awareness event hosted by our clinical staff.  The Long Island Association for AIDS Care, Inc. provided and educational workshop on Sexually Transmitted…

Changes Bring Success

Our Small Therapy Group Room gets a MAKEOVER!

Over the last several weeks a few talented volunteers have transformed our Small Therapy Group Room used by our licensed social workers to hold sessions.  

The paint color and furniture are soothing and inspirational.  One Hope For…

BIG News About Alex…

Alex has a job and is sober!!!

At 15 years old Alex had failed the 9th grade twice and was very disconnected from his family and community.  With hard work and a commitment to recovery  he is turning this all around.