Attention Milton School 4th Graders!
Join Ms. Jess from the Rye Youth Council at 8am Wednesday mornings in March to talk about what healthy friendships look like, how to resolve conflicts, and what healthy boundaries look like with friends and friend groups.
Cost is no barrier. Scholarship tickets available. email@example.com
Join us for our spring benefit event, the Help Helps Soirée! The fun evening includes bountiful hors d'oeuvres, a buffet dinner, an open bar, electric violins, live musical performances, and opportunities to learn about and support our mission and programs.
We are honored to celebrate Kim O'Connor, a licensed clinical social worker, former RYC Board Member, Rye Mom, and Youth Mental Health Advocate.
Monday March 13th - Teens are invited to join the Rye Free Reading Room and the Rye Youth Council for another Activist Academy: Climate Change. This month, we're welcoming Shannon L. Meseck of the NOAA/NMFS to learn how acidification and climate change may affect the survival and growth of oysters, surf clams and mussles that live right in the Long Island Sound. Learn ways that you can help reverse environmental damage from ocean acidification. Monday March 13th, 6:30-7:30 at the Rye library..
Rye Youth Council provides a way for local businesses and organizations to offer employment and community service to local youth, and we make it easy for local youth to find available jobs and service opportunities.
RYC RESTORE Clinical Director Linda Tillmon, LCSW, facilitates Support Groups for parents whose kids struggle with depression, anxiety, and other mental health challenges. Our discussions will include effective strategies to help manage your child's social, emotional, and behavioral challenges. Let us know if you'd like to be informed of the next open parent support group.
RYC Restore is a short-term (3-6 months) counseling and referral service for youth ages 10-22. To learn more or seek help, send a confidential email to: Restore@ryeyouthcouncil.org
Today, we hope that you join RYC Board Member Rammy Harwood in showing Rye Youth Council your support. Whatever your WHY, your generosity helps to support the social, emotional, and mental health of our kids with programming, mental health support, and educational events in our schools. All so our children can grow up with greater self-awareness, relationship skills, self-management, social awareness, and make better and more responsible decisions.
Social and emotional learning (SEL) is the process through which children and adults understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions.
Watch as RYC Youth Educator teaches SEL topics to 3rd and 4th graders.
Take a look at our Solid Gold Journal to read about the honorees, view our sponsors, and read so many well-wishes and shout-outs from community members.
Lisa Dominici, Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Linda Tillmon, LCSW, Social Work Supervisor, LTillmon@ryeyouthcouncil.org
Jessica Lodato, MHC, Youth Educator, Program Manager, email@example.com
Monica Brenner, co-president
Kathleen Brigham, M.Ed.
Sally Joyce, co-president
Meghann Kelly, co-president
Michael Konicoff, Esq.
Laura Kovacs, M.Ed
Susan Reid-Dullea, M.Ed.
Andrea Silviotti, M.Ed.
Rachel Spice, treasurer
Marnie White, LCSW
Ex Officio Advisors
Lisa Ruderman Chen
M. Kim O’Connor, LCSW
Rye Youth Council engages, educates and empowers youth, strengthens family, and builds community. We focus on promoting social and emotional learning and mental well-being of young people in our community.
We cannot do this without your financial support!
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supports the social, emotional, and mental health of youth in our community.
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Conveniently located on the second floor of the Rye YMCA
21 Locust Avenue, Rye, NY 10580
Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm EST