The way we think about teens influences how they act. Our core principles of Trust, Respect, Self-Esteem, Consistency and Integrity make it second nature for teens of all social and economic backgrounds to come together. Teens develop tolerance, acceptance and gain support while hanging out and having fun in a safe and positive environment.
Teens must show current school ID for FREE entry for activities (listed above) at both Firstenburg and Marshall Community Centers. Or purchase a $5 Teen Programs ID from either front desk to participate.
This is a FREE program for middle and high school aged students (11-18) every Friday from 8 - 11 p.m. With a current photo ID teens can hang out, play ping pong, pool, video games and basketball. Teen late nights start in October and run throughout the school year.
The Urban Youth Program introduces youth to recreational opportunities including camping, hiking, and fishing trips, along with community service projects and environmental education in the City of Vancouver, Clark County and in Gifford Pinchot National Forest.
For more information please contact Johnie Tucker at 360-487-7096
If your child has a disability and would like an accommodation, please check Inclusion Services for assistance.