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Youth Services

Opportunity for our area Youth


Long Point Camp is an oasis to children and families.  The Salvation Army of Binghamton is hoping to send 23 kids to Long Point Camp on Seneca Lake.  Please share with families and service agencies that can help get the word out.  The only cost is a $10 registration fee. The Salvation Army provides transportation to and from the camp.


Camp Theme/Ages Camp Dates Registration Deadline
Neverland/6-12 Monday, July 18-Saturday, July 23 July 8
Teen Camp (Superhero)/ 13-17 Tuesday, August 9-Saturday August 13 August 4
Interested families should contact:
Majors Ron or Marilyn Heimbrock


Berkshire Farm Center opening


New YouthBuild flyer available

If you would like a copy of the newest YouthBuild 2016 flyer, please click the image or this link, and you can print a copy for your office or organization.


Environmental Career Opportunities for Young Adults

2015 Oneida County Teen Assessment Survey

The Trevor Project Training

Trevor ALLY – LGBTQ Support and Trevor CARE – Suicide Prevention Training

“Our Invisible Youth”

An Evening of Awareness

Homeless Youth Essay Poster

Share your story and experiences

Summit for Oneida County – Youth Justice Team

Youth Mental Health First Aid Training youth-mental-health-first-aid-training

Affordable Dental Care Program

Click for brochure and enrollment form.

About the Youth Council

Oneida County Youth Services Council is now 4-years-old. Our mission is to work together to develop and enhance youth and family services in Oneida County.  Our Function is to:

  1. Resource Review and Coordination: Determine/research existing community resources aimed at meeting the needs of youth and families and maximize these resources in order for youth and families to obtain the greatest possible benefits of existing programs and resources. Facilitate effective interagency communication and coordination of services and systems so as to address the needs of children, youth and their families.
  2. Professional Development: Respond to professional development needs of the membership by fostering interagency relationships and providing educational opportunities.
  3. Advocacy: Advocate for the needs of youth and families.

Participation with the Council shall be open to those individuals who have an interest in youth and families. A voting Council member is defined as anyone enrolled and actively participating in one of the standing workgroups / partner groups as well as with the Council.  Attendance at full Council meetings shall not be limited to Council members but be open to the public.

Individuals may join the Council at any time during the year by participating in a workgroup / partner group and notifying the workgroup / partner group chair. Membership packets are updated and distributed in advance of the May/June Council meeting. The membership list is updated annually. Members may choose to resign at any time by notifying the workgroup / partner group chair.

As of Sept. 2015 for a two-year term:

New President: Robin M. Robinson

New Secretary: Natalie Zumpano

New Vice-President: will be voted on at the upcoming Sept. 23rd meeting


Youth Services Council Networking Sessions

1. September 23, 2015

2. November 18, 2015

3. January 20, 2016

4. March 16, 2016

5. May 18, 2016