Services Include

Northville Youth Assistance Overview

Amy Prevo Interim Director
Amy Prevo

Northville Youth Assistance
303 W. Main St.
Northville, MI 48167
Phone: 248-344-1618
Fax: 248-344-8806


Our vision is a community where all Northville Youth feel valued and safe and have opportunities to be engaged and prepared for the future. In pursuit of this vision, the mission of Northville Youth Assistance is to support and encourage our youth, in partnership with their families, through mentoring, counseling, social support and community programs.

In the past year, more than 1,500 children and teens participated in NYA programs.

As a community-funded social service organization, NYA has implemented more than 26 years of successful resiliency-based prevention and intervention programming for the betterment of Northville’s youth and families. NYA is a key member of the community’s safety net for young people. An extensive network of volunteers enhances the program and provides additional support to our community’s youth.


  • Mentoring
  • Professional short-term solutions based counseling with a licensed social worker
  • Police and Court Diversion Program for first-time youth offenders
  • Anger Management, decision making and drug & alcohol education programs for children and teens
  • Parent Information and Education Programs
  • PILLAR Program for incoming freshmen at Northville High School
  • Middle school programs at Hillside and Meads Mill such as the Maker's Club, Peer-2-Peer and CAMP Programs
  • Summer camp scholarships for financially disadvantaged students
  • Heritage festival youth clothing lending closet

Most of these services are available at no charge to the residents of the City of Northville, the Charter Township of Northville, and the Northville School District.


The Northville Youth Assistance Program meets the 2nd Tuesday, 8:00am at the Community Center, 303 W. Main St., Northville.
Click here to see the current meeting agenda, or an archive of minutes.