Human Services and Rehabilitation Studies - Youth Development
The HSRS Youth Development degree pathway offers students the opportunity to further their knowledge and skills in modern techniques geared toward the prevention, recovery, and rehabilitation of at-risk and adjudicated youth. The program prepares students to implement person-centered, Overall Rehabilitation Goals, design and monitor daily activities, provide support services to youth and their families based on their individual service needs, and provide crisis prevention/intervention when needed.
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Note: Students enrolled in this program MUST submit to and pass drug screening tests- one prior to beginning any practicums or clinical, and one random test during the same semester as practicum/ clinical placement. Students will sign an agreement for this requirement, which will outline the details. Additionally, a background screening will be completed and used for placement purposes only.
Ashley Lewis, MA
Human Services and Rehabilitation Studies
2001 Union Carbide Dr.
South Charleston, WV 25303