It’s hard to overstate the challenges that our schools and children faced during the 2020-2022 academic year, and all of us at YouthOne are thankful for the dedication and hard work of teachers, coaches, volunteers, school administrators and parents have been instrumental in.
We are also grateful for the relationships we have forged with youth organizations, law enforcement, churches, youth organizations, merchants, foundations, community leaders who found creative ways to make meaningful connections between students and mentor during this unusual year.
Thanks for the persistence, prayer, and playful creativity that characterized many of our YouthOne programs!
While we will never know exactly how important a trusted role model and strong character traits play in a childs success its certainly valuable and appreciative of the faithful efforts of directors, supervisors, mentors, prayer partners, coaches, volunteers, business owners, administrators and teachers to bring hope and love to YouthOne students.
We are confident that even through this most difficult year, role models and mentors present and working through the extended networks of YouthOne programs to bring the light and love to thousands of children across the country.
Thanks for all you’ve done to strengthen this ministry and propel us forward into another year of mentoring!
With Gratitude, We pray that the kids connected with this program would continue to thrive and be transformed by Carl Hilsz YouthOne Exective Director and his dedicated Board of Director currently consisting of Aaron York Vice President/Secretary and Vince Salcedo Treasurer, and our Youth Counsel Advisor Corbin York.
Furthermore we would not exist or be sustainable without our generous donors, sponsors and supporters. Lastly it's not without mention that we celebrate our dedicated volunteers who are committed to excellence and being their for our minor students that need us most.
YouthOne mentor-student relationships include church-school programs, athletic sports programs, music hall of fame and internationally recognized artists and producers and out of county worldwide overnight camps and adventure.
Look out for new programs developing over the next 12 months to increase your child's chance to transform from being average to being extraordinaire.
Copyright © 2008 - 2023 Lake County Youth Services Inc Dba YouthOne and Clearlake Youth Center founded in 2012 as an all inclusive public benefits tax exempt [EIN tax ID #46-1461488] foundation 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable youth development organization.
Please consult your own independent CPA and Legal advisor regarding tax deductions prior to donating funds, personal property and/or any assets to Lake County Youth Services Inc. Dba YouthOne and Clearlake Youth Center.
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Lake County Youth Services Inc. manages its youth development organization throughout Lake County and effective October 24th 2022 formally terminated its operating agreement to manage the "Clearlake Youth Center" located at 4750 Golf Ave Clearlake California 95422. The City of Clearlake noticed its desire to renovate and operate a child day care center through its joint relationship with the Kelseyville Unified School District.
YouthOne and Clearlake Youth Center continue to manage its youth developement orgainzation under the registered trade Dba’s of Lake County Youth Service Inc.
Lake County Youth Services Inc. supports its student members through third-party youth organizations we collaborate with to operate, manage, insure and staff its traveling sports teams, overnight camps and other high risk events, actives and adventures.
Our third party collaborations assume the liability, compliance, risk and requirements of AB 506. Lake County Youth Services Inc. only has one on one contacts with children under its pre-existing dual relationship and personal care assistant consent waivers.
Lake County Youth Services Inc. provides its student members parents/guardians the opportunity to appoint our non profit youth development organization and its staff as their childs short term guardian to exempt Lake County Youth Services Inc. from all the recent regulatory compliance including but not limited to AB506 and other laws.
Together as One were Making a Difference!