Worcester Youth and Family Counseling Services

Our vision is to build a nurturing community in which children are well cared for, where the opinions of young people are valued, where adults are empowered to live healthy, productive lives and where all are seen as valued members of the community.

WYFCS helps people of all ages with a broad spectrum of services that include mental health counseling, youth and adolescent enrichment programs, advocacy for abused and neglected children, and empowerment programs for those less fortunate.

Worcester Youth and Family Counseling Services is a non-profit organization located in Berlin, Maryland and has been serving the community since 1975.

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10th Annual Pirate Party
This years Pirate Party is co-chaired by Joe Kendall from Kendall Furniture and Buddy Trala from Sunset Grille! 
Get your pirate garb ready! This will be the biggest party yet, you won’t want to miss it!
Tickets are on sale now at WYFCS, Kendall Furniture in West OC and Kendall Furniture in Fenwick. Skip the waiting line by purchasing your ticket ahead of time!
$49 a ticket gets you free grub, 2 drink tickets, raffles and prizes.
Check out our Facebook for our awesome Pirates!
Huge thank you to our sponsors!
Atlantic Physical Therapy
Ayers Creek Adventures
Bergey and Company
Cards Technology
Castle In The Sand
Church Mouse Thrift Shop
Cross Fit Ocean City
D3 Corp
Dough Roller
New Wave
Pohanka of Salisbury
Reese Cropper III
All proceeds benefit Worcester Youth and Family and the children of Worcester County.
WYFCS Receives Grants to Expand Access to Mental Healthcare

On Wednesday, December 6, WYFCS received two grants that will expand access to mental healthcare in the region. The Maryland Community Health Resources Commission and the The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, Inc. contributed $125,000 each to support service expansion at WYFCS. The grants will enable WYFCS to hire two clinicians to provide mental health services. Our agency can’t thank these two phenomenal organizations enough for their support!

CASA Volunteers Needed

WYFCS is recruiting volunteers for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). A CASA volunteer, is a court-appointed, trained, and committed adult who represents and advocates for a child’s best interest in the child protection system. By becoming a CASA volunteer, you can help keep abused and neglected children safe, giving them a chance at finding happiness. If interested, please contact Brigitte Southworth at 410-641-4598.

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