Youth Opportunity Foundation

Indianapolis-based Youth Opportunity Foundation (YOF) today announced a partnership with the National Association of State Head Injury Administrators (NASHIA) to tackle the issue of traumatic brain injury in youth and its impact on their ability to be successful in life. YOF brought together experts through its Clinical and Scientific Advisory Council to focus on addressing traumatic brain injury (TBI) and...

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Indianapolis-based Youth Opportunity Foundation (YOF) today announced the creation of a Clinical and Scientific Advisory Council to help support its mission of supporting and directing services to promote the wellbeing of vulnerable youth. The Advisory Council has chosen traumatic brain injury (TBI) as its first area of focus based on the pervasive nature and impact of TBI on children in...

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The Indianapolis-based Youth Opportunity Foundation (YOF) is growing and expanding its programs, both geographically and in the types of services offered. YOF was incorporated in 2017 in Indiana as a regional organization focused on services for post-adjudicated juveniles in four states. Now, the organization is set to facilitate programs in ten (10) states and is broadening its scope to include...

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The Victims Behind the Headlines

By Denny Armington

The Victims Behind the Headlines

Imagine a toddler, a boy or a girl, two or three years old, any race, any family. Their unique personality is beginning to emerge. Most are unconditionally loving and in a constant state of discovery. All need nurturing and depend upon their caregivers. They are the very definition of innocent. The little boy or girl you’re picturing is a blank...

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Youth Opportunity Foundation Partners with Ivy Tech

Youth Opportunity Foundation, a Carmel, Indiana-based, national not-for-profit group that funds grants to organizations serving at-risk young people, has partnered with Ivy Tech Community College’s Evansville Campus to provide access to online classes for youths graduating from treatment programs. The partnership will coordinate grants for qualified young people at all 18 of the residential campuses owned by Youth Opportunity, a...

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