360 Youth & Family 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.
The difficult problems of growing up often produce conflicts for youth with their families, school, and peers. Unresolved, these conflicts can result in: depression, running away from home, dropping out of school, legal problems, unemployment, or substance abuse. Through our program we establish contact with youth, help them identify problems and solutions and offer a variety of services to address those needs.
360 Youth & Family Services
1305 W. Oswego Road
Naperville, IL 60540
360 Youth & Family Services Emergency Service Program provides the youth and families of Naperville Township and the greater Naperville area with Crisis Intervention and Emergency Shelter services. Emergency Services staff are on call 24 hours a day and respond on site to area police stations to assist families in crisis.
In instances where a youth requires placement out of home, Emergency Shelter Services are available. Cornerstone Shelter, a group home for boys ages 13-17 years, is available and is accessible through crisis services which are provided to assist the family in reunifying and also linking the family with the appropriate long term services.
360 Youth & Family Services provides opportunities for youth and families to participate in programming which is focused on enhancing the well-being of individuals and families, through community education and experimental learning.
360 Youth Mentoring program brings high school age mentors together with junior high students in weekly after school programs to address issues that effect junior high students.
360 Youth & Family Services prevention staff works collaboratively with School Districts 202, 203, 204, the City of Naperville, the Naperville Task Force, the Naperville Police Department Crime Prevention Unit, and Breaking Free, Inc. to provide Prevention programming.
360 Youth & Family Services offers individual, group, and family counseling for youth ages 10-21 years and their families. The fee for family counseling may be reduced based on ability to pay.
Types of groups available vary, but open on a regular basis to youth and parents. They include: supportive, life skills, parenting, and other educational topics.
To access counseling services, a family should call 360 Youth & Family Services and an intake worker will set up an appointment to gather information and make recommendations for appropriate services. Parent groups occasionally may be accessed directly with only a brief initial interview.