West Bloomfield Youth Assistance
West Bloomfield Youth Assistance (WBYA) is a non-profit organization
that offers professional counseling services and prevention programs
for families residing within the West Bloomfield School District.
Confidential services are provided to children of all ages and their families through
the WBYA office at WBHS. WBYA’s goal is to keep children in school and out of the court system.
Support services are available for truancy, shoplifting or situations
where no illegal act has occurred but where a child may have a recent change in attitude or behavior,
families who are coping with divorce or other serious issues. Referrals to
obtain services can be made by a parent or other relative, a concerned citizen, school staff or the police.
Casework and counseling services are free with a one-time $25 processing fee.
No child will be refused services because of the inability to pay.