Administration Building
139 Water Street
Naperville, IL 60540
(630) 355-2786

Highway Department
31W331 North Aurora Road
Naperville, IL 60563
(630) 978-0380 
Fax: 630-978-2272

Supervisor (630) 355-2786
Supervisor Fax (630) 637-8380
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Assessor (630) 355-2444
Assessor Fax (630) 355-5810 

Town Clerk (630) 388-4404

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360 Youth Services

360 Youth Services is a private, not-for-profit agency specializing in community based intervention services for youth and their families in Naperville Township and the greater Naperville area. 360 Youth Services provides life-changing services through substance abuse prevention education, counseling and housing.

360 Youth Services

1305 W. Oswego Road
Naperville, IL 60540
(630) 961-2992
360youthservices.org

Housing

When housing is uncertain, everything in a young person’s life seems seem to fall apart. 360 Youth Services is committed to supporting youth from homelessness to independence, and offering the supportive and compassionate services needed to get them back on their feet and headed in the right direction. The Transitional Housing Program serves young adults, ages 18-24, who are homeless. In addition to housing, residents participate in a structured program that focuses on improving education and life skills with the ultimate goal of securing permanent housing and achieving independence.

Prevention Services

360 Youth Services is dedicated to substance abuse prevention services impacting students living within the geographic boundaries of districts 203 & 204 and their parents. Through two highly recognized and applauded programs – The Power of Choice and Operation Snowball – and one new initiative – Community Alliance for Prevention – 360 works to provide information and education, support and empowerment, increase skills, and to address the community contributing conditions that impact local youth alcohol and other drug use. 360 uses best practices in prevention, focusing on evidence-based prevention strategies that research demonstrate actually reduce and prevent youth substance use. These programs and initiatives are supported through partnerships with Naperville School District 203, Indian Prairie School District 204, and other valued community organizations and individuals.

Clinical Services

360 Youth & Family Services offers individual and family counseling for youth ages 10-25 years and their families. Our counseling services are open to all youth between the ages of 10 to 25 and their families. To make counseling accessible for everyone, we work with youth and their families to determine a manageable fee. Families may also use their health insurance for counseling services.

360 Youth Services provides emergency stabilization, follow-up counseling and supportive services for youth, ages 11-17 years old, who have runaway, been locked out of their home by their caregiver, or who are at risk for involvement in the juvenile justice or child welfare systems. These specially-funded services available to residents in the southern part of DuPage County. Crisis intervention staff are on call 24-hours a day to local Naperville Township residents. Our crisis staff will be contacted by a local school, hospital or law enforcement if a youth presents themselves as a runaway or a locked out youth.