Montgomery County Youth Aid Panel
(HPHA also works with the ARD Program. Drug Court and other court ordered community service)
HPHA, as one of the many benefits we bring to the community, is an approved and long-term participant in the
Individuals will typically be assigned by the Youth Aid Panel to work at a specific location. If you have been assigned to HPHA or if you would like to request an assignment here please contact us or 267-679-6177.
Work will be done at
Participants may work on maintenance projects such as painting, cutting grass, gardening, building beehives, etc. In some cases where participants have special interests in history or other areas we may design a special project. Our volunteers usually make a positive contribution to our project here and often learn something. Many have come back to visit and some even come back later to volunteer on their own time.
General Rules for Youth Aid Panel Participants
Some general rules and guidelines for individuals working with HPHA under the Montgomery County Youth Aid Panel (YAP) program.
- You must be assigned by the Youth Aid Panel to work here - YOU CANNOT JUST SHOW UP
- Participants must first be interviewed and accepted by HPHA. You must be accompanied to this interview by your parents or guardian. If we agree to have you work with us we will discuss the type of work that you will do and set a schedule which will be agreed to by both your parent/guardian and you
Directions! GPS doesn't always know where we are - Governor Road is an almost 300 year old gravel road - iplease use the entrance to Graeme Park from County Line Road
- Wear clothing appropriate for the work you will be doing - if working outdoors bring hats, boots, gloves, sunscreen, etc if needed
- Bring a lunch or snack