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9th Annual Harrisburg, PA Peace Street

9th Annual Harrisburg, PA Peace Street

  • 7/23/2017 3:24:00 PM
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Dauphin County YAP hosted its 9th annual Peace Street in Harrisburg, PA on Friday July 21st.  Families, community partners and representatives from the city lined the streets in front of the YAP Family Clinic in Harrisburg. This annual event was initiated in response to increased violence in the city with the goal of engaging youth and families in thoughts and actions that contribute toward building strong and peaceful communities. The celebration of peace and community collaborat...
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Pittverse Magazine Written Exclusively by Adults with Autism

Pittverse Magazine Written Exclusively by Adults with Autism

  • 7/21/2017 8:25:00 AM
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YAP is excited to share THE LATEST ISSUE OF THE PITTVERSE, a quarterly magazine written, edited and published by adults with autism. The magazine has been funded by the Edith L. Trees Charitable Trust for the past 3 years, and has helped many adult on the autism spectrum to realize their skills and talents, gain employment skills, and open opportunity for gainful employment.The adults who run the magazine are paid, and meet every two weeks to prepare each edition of Pittverse. Currently with a s...
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YAP Middlesex (NJ) Healthy Relationships Community Mural

YAP Middlesex (NJ) Healthy Relationships Community Mural

  • 7/20/2017 3:34:00 PM
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Youth from YAP – Middlesex County office participated in the creation of a Healthy Relationships mural in the city of New Brunswick. Before working on the mural, youth were part of a Healthy Relationships workshop given by our partners of Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Community Health Promotion Program. The healthy relationships workshop was led by Elaine Hewins, DVS who covered topics on the DV cycle of violence, different types of dv abuse, and healthy relationships characteris...
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Adams County (PA) Office Move Includes Space for Center for Future Economic Opportunity

Adams County (PA) Office Move Includes Space for Center for Future Economic Opportunity

  • 7/6/2017 2:41:00 PM
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YAP has served the Adams County (PA) community for over 20 years and recently moved to a new location in Gettysburg.We're excited about the additional advantages the new office offers, including space for The Center for Future Economic Opportunity, which will engage youth in experiential work learning experiences.Robert Alan Witt and Edward DeJesus lead the program's continued efforts to support the youth and families of Adams County.
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