family youth interventions

OUR PROGRAMS

HELPING YOUTH BECOME SUCCESSFUL

BASIC CENTER SHELTER PROGRAM

The residential program is licensed as a Child Caring Institution by the Michigan Department of Consumer and Industry Services. Primary funding is through grants from the Michigan Department of Human Services and MSHDA. A maximum of 6 youth, ages 12 thru 17, can be housed for up to 21 days. The agency is staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. FYI also has a 24 hour crisis line for youth, families and those interested in referring a youth to the program or needing resources.

TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAM

The Transitional Living Program (TLP) is funded through the Michigan Department of Human Services, Department of Health and Human Services and The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and assists older teens and young adults that are at risk of becoming homeless or are homeless. Any one can refer a youth to this program.

STREET OUTREACH PROGRAM

Street Outreach Program (SOP) is funded by the Department of Human Services and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The program provides both street-based and drop in services to youth ages 15-20 to assist this population in making a transition from life on the streets to a life of independence and self sufficiency.

RESOURCES

Resources for all of Macomb County

HISTORY

SERVING MACOMB COUNTY FOR OVER 40 YEARS
Our Vision: To help families help youth become successful adults.

Family Youth Interventions (FYI) was founded in 1975 as Macomb County Youth Interim Care Facility (MCYICF), a component of Comprehensive Youth Services, Inc. (CYS). MCYICF opened its’ doors to the first client in spring of 1976 at the convent of St. Mark’s Church in Warren. In the mid-90’s, the agency changed its’ name to Family Youth Interventions. In 2000, FYI located to Mount Clemens to be more centrally located within the county. FYI started to expand in 2005 with a grant accepted for a Homeless Youth Program which provides housing, counseling, case management services and life skills. In 2006, a grant was approved for the Street Outreach Program (SOP) which initially operated out of the residential building. In the spring of 2007, the SOP relocated to our new drop-in center called the Refuge. And in 2009, the Homeless Youth Program was expanded to include a residential program which opened to residents in March of ’11. Family Youth Interventions has always been the only organization of its kind in Macomb County. We work closely with counseling agencies, the Macomb County Juvenile Court, Children’s Protective Services, schools and psychiatric hospitals. We will accept young people from any county and have even assisted youth from out of state. Anyone can make a referral to any of our programs. We are non-profit organization and our programs are of no cost to our youth and families, however we do rely heavily on donations from families and the community so we can provide the best possible resources for our youth and families in need.

  • 2136 YOUTH GIVEN HELPFUL INFO

    2015

  • 101 YOUTH SHELTERED

    2015

  • 850 CRISIS CALLS

    2015

  • 90 YOUTH CASE MANAGEMENT

    2015

 

WHO WE ARE

HELPING YOUTH BECOME SUCCESSFUL
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JOLYNE BAARCK

PROGRAM DIRECTOR
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JANE KAUFFMAN

BASIC CENTER PROGRAM MANAGER
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NICOLE FRANCIS

TLP PROGRAM MANAGER
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HEATH ACHATZ

OUTREACH COORDINATOR
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COURTNEY ROBERTS

CASE MANAGER
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Tammy Wagstaff

COUNSELOR
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