Holly Area Youth Assistance
Strengthening Youth and Families through Community Involvement
What is HAYA
Holly Area Youth Assistance is a community-based prevention organization developed by volunteers who live and/or work in the greater Holly Area School District community. HAYA is cosponsored by Holly Area Schools, the Townships of Groveland, Holly, Rose and Springfield as well as Oakland County Circuit Court - Family Division. Additional funding is obtained through grant and local fund-raising efforts.
Holly Area Youth Assistance provides low cost, confidential, short-term, family-centered counseling and referral service for local young people (under the age of 17) and their families. The focus is on the whole family and not just the incident that brings the family to Youth Assistance. Like other HAYA services, casework services aspire to reduce the incidence of delinquency, abuse and neglect through volunteer involvement.
Programs, Projects & Other Services
- Bob Warner Scholarships
- Fall School Supplies Project
- Family Education and Parenting Programs
- Jacobson/Quinn Toy Project
- Mentors Plus
- Musical Instrument Loan Program
- Skill Building Activities Scholarships
- Summer Camp Scholarships
- Youth Involvement
Board of Directors Officers
Tena Alvarado, President
Cherie Monette, Vice-President
Nancy Hanks, Treasurer
Teresa Blaska, Secretary
Additional Information and Resources
Donate to HAYA on eBay - You can sell items on eBay and donate the proceeds to HAYA or give a monetary donation.
Oakland County Youth Assistance - Oakland County Youth Assistance has offices throughout Oakland County. The OCYA webpage provides additional information about Youth Assistance services and offices that serve other school district areas.
This project is for children (Infants up to 18 years of age) who live within the geographic area of the Holly Area School District in Oakland County, Michigan. Please see the application for additional information. Application Deadline is December 7, 2020.