children & youth services
Children & Youth Services reaches out to young people in the Pittsburgh Public Schools to help them work toward a brighter future. Our programs help children and youth succeed in school, make healthy decisions, explore new interests, set personal goals, and most importantly, learn to value themselves.
If you are interested in any of the following programs, please fill out this form.
EECM Summer Day Camp
Children ages 5-16
(Must be 5 years old at time of registration. Proof of age is required.)
July 6 - August 6
Monday-Friday 9:00 A.M TO 4:00 P.M.
Registration is limited to the first 250 children and youth.
Activities include: sports clinics, mixers, arts and crafts, music, dance, drama, life learning skills, manners, etiquette, character development, field trips, and loads of life changing adventures and fun for everyone!
PARENTS MUST REGISTER AT
East End Cooperative Ministry,
6140 Station Street, Pittsburgh PA 15206
9AM to 3PM
For more information contact: Nina Dumas at (412) 345-7172 or email@example.com
Creation Station | Media and Musical Outreach Program
L5 Program | Elementary Educational Support Program
Project Rediscovery | ATOD (Alcohol Tobacco & Other Drugs) Prevention Education
Girls Life | Enrichment and Empowerment Program
The goal of Girls Life is to help girls live their best lives by providing them with constructive tools needed to navigate and negotiate today’s society and youth culture. EECM staff serves girls by mentoring, equipping and assisting girls to work toward healthy relationships with self, parents, peers, and adults. We promote positive personal development by teaching life skills, self-regulation skills, education proficiency, anger management, social interaction skills, conflict resolution, communication skills, and promoting respect for self and others in order to plan for immediate and future success.
Take Your Sons and Daughters to Work Day
Recreation, Gym, and Drop-In
The EECM and Pittsburgh Ice Hockey Program
“We’d go horseback riding and rock climbing and rafting – urban kids like me just don’t have those opportunities normally. I grew up in the East End, and this area can be pretty rough. Day camp was a place where I could come and get focused.”
BRYANT/ Former EECM Day Camper-turned-Counselor