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Youth Crossroads supports youth, guiding them through life’s challenges, and inspiring them to discover new opportunities for personal development, healthy relationships, and positive community involvement.

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Emotional Well-Being of Students

Youth Crossroads and school staff anticipated that students would have significant trouble academically and emotionally re-entering the “normal” school day. YC…

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We are in the news!

Our “2020 Inclusion Project” has been getting quite a bit of press. Due to Covid-19, the project was finally completed in September…

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Mural Update

The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the new mural in the underpass at Oak Park Avenue & 30th Street in Berwyn took…

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Sadie is in 8th grade and has been living with her grandparents for a few months. After multiple suicide attempts and…

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Veronica is a senior in high school. Her parents have been divorced for two years due to her father’s drinking and…

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Lucas was referred by his probation officer for a weapons offense. Lucas, a high school student had several altercations with a…

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Samantha is a freshman in high school. She was referred to counseling services because she is regularly getting angry with school…

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Daphne is a senior in high school, looking forward to college and becoming a medical professional. She is struggling in school…

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Gianna is a freshmen in high school. She is referred to the YLP program after she graduated 8th grade by her…

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Ariana is a mom of three who has lived in Cicero for 25 years. Ariana is a stay-at-home mom, and the…

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Jose is a sophomore in high school. YC receives a crisis call requesting an immediate intervention as the student is afraid…

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Andrew is in middle school and is referred for counseling services because he is struggling in school and with peers. Andrew…

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“I was outraged by these people! I did not want the school, the government, involved in my business!” That was Sandra R.’s…

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