Youth and Family Services

Youth and family programs support refugee and immigrant youth and their families to improve academic performance, build social skills, foster leadership, and equip parents with tools for happy families.

Youth and Family Outcomes

289

Students Served Annually

3.0

Average GPA

93%

Average Daily Attendance

Afterschool Program

Our Afterschool program supports academic and social-emotional growth during the crucial post-resettlement process. Students engage with trained staff and volunteers who help them understand and complete their homework. Additionally, they are given a chance to grow their social-emotional skills as they participate in pro-social enrichment activities.

Leaders and Counselors in Training

Leaders and Counselors in Training identifies refugee and immigrant youth who want to learn leadership skills that will help them and their communities thrive. Program youth have unique opportunities to engage in their community while simultaneously learning leadership skills for their future careers and educational pursuits.

Youth Case Management

Youth who come to the US as refugees or immigrants face countless obstacles. We provide support for those who struggle as a result of the resettlement process. Our ACE program is designed to identify youth at-risk of school dropout or other behavioral issues. Case Managers work with individual youth to identify needs and set goals to help them thrive in the US.

Parent Program

We uses two evidence-based programs: DARE to Be You and Parenting Wisely. Each program helps parents understand the parenting laws and norms that exist in the United States. Parents feel more comfortable and confident in their parenting skills after attending the course.

Abdullah's Story

Abdullah enrolled in the RIC-AAU afterschool program at Evergreen Jr. High. He had shown little interest in school and was failing most of his classes. After attending the program regularly, his grades and behavior showed steady improvement and he is no longer failing any classes! Instructors describe him now as “kinder, patient, and calmer.”

Would you or your child benefit from after-school services? Come join us! We have programs at several locations:

Sunnyvale Neighborhood Center

585 West 3900 South, SLC, Utah 84123

Elementary & Teen Program – Summers Available!

Evergreen Middle School

3401 South 2000 East, SLC Utah 84109

Olympus High School

4055 South 2300 East, Holladay Utah 84124

Northwest Middle School

1730 North 1700 West, SLC Utah 84116

Contact

Peter Frost

Director of Youth and Family Services
peter.frost@aau-slc.org
801-412-0578

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