It is through citizen involvement that our programs come to life. All money spent on programs is raised and administered by volunteers.

Youth assistance volunteers represent many different aspects of our community. Business people, school personnel, representatives from service agencies and concerned citizens are all members of Royal Oak Youth Assistance. That’s what makes us responsive to the needs of our community.

If you would like to volunteer with Royal Oak Youth Assistance, please contact our office. There is a great need for positive role models for our children. An hour or two a week spent with a child is well worth it.

Why volunteer?

  • “I felt like I could be of help!” – Barbara A. Gehring
  • “I loved doing the shop lifting prevention program hoping to deter future problems.” – Barbara A. Gehring
  • “Traveling for the day to all the schools to let the kids know that they had been chosen as a Volunteer of the Year. Most thought they were in trouble and the looks on their faces were priceless.” – Kendall Leone

Important News

Please view the Family Education page for information regarding the upcoming conference "Healthy Minds Hearts Spirits".