Our mission is to strengthen and enhance the mental and physical growth of our students and their families. This is accomplished through community involvement, counseling, referrals, employment development and activities that promote these programs.
Located at Gallatin County High School
What is the Youth Service Center?
The Kentucky Family Resource and Youth Service Centers were established as a component of the historic Kentucky Education Reform Act (KERA) of 1990. The mission of these
school-based centers is to help academically at-risk students succeed in school by helping to minimize or eliminate non-cognitive barriers to learning.
Who can use the Gallatin County Youth Service Center?
Youth Service Centers receive a state grant based on the number of students eligible for free school meals. Once a center has been established, all children and their families enrolled in the schools regardless of family income, can use its services.
What is Gallatin County Schools Psychological Services Clinic?
The Youth Service Center manages the Gallatin County Schools Psychological Services Clinic. The clinic is a partnership between Gallatin County Schools and the University of the Cumberlands. The University of the Cumberlands sends several students completing their doctorate in psychology to complete practicum hours with us. All services in the clinic are FREE! We are so glad we are able to offer this opportunity to our students!
Please CLICK HERE to refer yourself or a student to the clinic.
Brian Brentlinger: YSC Coordinator
Shannon Stephenson: YSC Family Advocate