At the beginning of this month, the youth at Zeb Pike Youth Service Center were treated to a performance by DJ Panic.
Five youth from Grand Mesa Youth Services Center (GMYSC) recently gave back to the community by helping to alleviate child hunger.
The timing couldn't have been better. Four days after NASA's InSight Mars craft touched down on the Red Planet, the "Marsvile -- A Cosmic Village" program made its debut Friday at the Zebulon Pike Youth Services Center, 1427 W. Rio Grande St. Read the full article published in the Cheyenne Edition of the Gazette Newspaper.
What is the best way to spruce up a plain wall? Add a beautifully crafted mural. DYS youth, in partnership with the City of Denver's Urban Arts Fund, created this work of art in the gymnasium at Gilliam Youth Services Center.
State Grants to Libraries (SGtL) funds are awarded each year to support efforts to improve literacy and learning. The Institutional Library Development program received 11 proposals from six Division of Youth Services (DYS) libraries. Each of the six libraries received at least one award, ranging from $200 to $800 each. The applicants demonstrated a need for materials and provided plans to measure impact on patrons.
Funded projects will:
The Commonwheel Arts Festival in Manitou Springs highlights the work of many artists who specialize in clay, sculpture, jewelry, glass, photography, and wood.
“It takes a village…” We all have heard that phrase and in this case, the Division of Youth Services (DYS) is connecting with services provided by other CDHS divisions to help create that village of support for the families they serve.
Employee's with the Division of Youth Services at Lookout Mountain Youth Services Center teamed up with six youth from the Eagles Program to help Habitat for Humanity with the True Value Convention.