Foster Parents NeededBecome a foster parent! Get a monthly reimbursement, 24/7 support and training. Orientation 1st Monday of every month, 6-8pm, Whitney Building (upstairs FFA office).
Learning Enhancement CenterNeed learning help? Tired of the run around? Ask about our discounts on assessments and services. 909-593-0089.
Volunteer or Mentor a YouthVolunteer with us or become a youth mentor. Call 909-596-5921, x 3311 for more information.
Notes of Love 2013...Join us at our annual Note of Love, Dinner & Silent Auction! Wear your western best! Friday, October 18th. For more information call Julie, 909-596-5921, x3180.
La Verne, CA 91750
Phone: (909) 596-5921
Fax: (909) 596-7583
"My name is Renee F. and I was at David & Margaret in 1989. When I was placed there I was angry, fought with everyone, and my sister had just died. I was in Lowery Cottage. I am still in contact with staff there, appreciate all they did for me, and someday I am going to write a book for young girls on how to overcome problems. I am 34 years old, happily married and the mother of four children. I am just starting school to become a Psychiatric Technician so I can help people the way I was helped."
Welcome to David & Margaret Youth and Family Services located in La Verne, California.
We have a successful track record of providing more than 1,000 clients annually a comprehensive range of services. We provide a residentially-based program and shelter care for adolescent girls, a foster family agency, adoption assistance, mental health services, family preservation and support, treatment for learning disabilities, a transitional living program, and school- and community-based education and programs. We offer shelter care for adolescent boys and girls who are in the country without legal documentation and without an accompanying parent/guardian. Additionally, we also have a chemical dependency program that is certified by the State of California for residents who are recovering from substance abuse.
California Alliance of Child and Family Services