Six hundred fifty-six (656) youth engaged in counseling, case management, information, referral, summertime programming and/or outreach

The English High School, Charlestown High School, Boston International High School, Grover Cleveland Middle School, William B. Rogers Middle School, Social Justice Academy and West Roxbury Education Complex: Brook Farm Business and Service Career Academy, Media Communications Technology High School, Parkway Academy of Technology and Health, and Urban Science Academy.

Newcomers to the country.
Expectant and parenting teens.
Middle school and high school youth who need support resolving issues, which are keeping them from attending school and completing their schoolwork.
Teens seeking to access employment, health care and academic supports

We serve teens from all neighborhoods in the City of Boston.

Many of our teens speak a language other than English at home.  Some who have just arrived in this country speak very little English.  We have a staff member conversant in Spanish. School and community resources are used to help translate in other languages.

Most of our youth are young men and women between the ages of 11 and 22.  Sometimes we provide follow-up support services for youth over the age of 22.

Of sixty six (66) seniors engaged in counseling and support services

  • Fifty one (51) graduated

    • 15 reported plans of continuing their education at institutions of higher education including: Bunker Hill Community College, Quincy Community College, Brandeis, Suffolk University, UMASS Boston, Roxbury Community College, Bay State, Temple University and Fisher Junior College

    • 36 were seeking employment, planning to remain at home to care for a child or uncertain about their plans after graduation

  • Fifteen (15) did not graduate and reported plans of participating in:

  • credit recovery (5)

  • summer school (1)

  • returning to school in September 08 to repeat the year – and/or to pass the MCAS (6),

  • moving our of town (2)

  • dropping out of school (1)

Each year, eighty-five (85%) to ninety (90%) percent of CSAPP youth engaged in counseling services graduate or return to school in September.