The Manchester Youth Service Bureau is a town agency devoted to providing opportunities for personal growth to Manchester youth through a variety of no-cost and low cost programs, services and activities aimed at developing responsible individuals who make positive contributions to the community.
We work in collaboration with a variety of town departments, community organizations, state agencies, and other partners to assist youth age 0 - 21 and their families who reside in, or attend school in Manchester. Our dedicated staff can also refer youth to other resources for additional support when necessary.
Listing of classes and events offered by the Manchester YSB
Community resources to assist local youth and parents.
The Manchester Youth Service Bureau is a community-based youth serving agency that provides a variety of no-cost programs and services throughout the year, facilitated by our dedicated staff.
The Manchester Restorative Diversion Collaborative (MRDC) diverts youth from the juvenile justice system and assists with the implementation of restorative practices that promote healing for the youth involved, the Manchester community, and helps youth take accountability for their actions.
We are able to provide a range of services to Manchester youth and their families by working closely with a variety of town departments, community and state agencies, and other organizations, which includes various programs and grants.
Policies regarding Manchester YSB programs, including residency, refunds, credits, and program cancellations.
For your convenience, you may register for programs online, by phone, or in person. A permission slip is required to attend YSB programs prior to your program start date.
This Commission collaborates with local government in an effort to create open communication in the decision making process, making it possible to strengthen the community through the voice of youth.
The primary goal of the Council is to support the positive development, education, and well-being of young children -- ensuring that every child in Manchester starts school "ready to learn."