The Asian Youth Prevention Services (AYPS) Program strives to prevent, delay and reduce the use and abuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs (ATOD) among Asian youth in San Francisco. The program is a partnership of the six Asian and Pacific Islander youth service-providing organizations that make up the AYPS Consortium: JCYC, HealthRIGHT 360/Asian American Recovery Services, Inc. (AARS), CYC (formerly the Chinatown Community Center), Filipino American Development Foundation/Filipino Community Center  (FADF/FCC), Samoan Community Development Center (SCDC) and Vietnamese Youth Development Center (VYDC). AYPS’ strategies enhance participants’ abilities to make informed decisions about ATOD and other risk behaviors.  Current strategies focus on family support, environment prevention, and building youth resiliency.
2012 Pine Street San Francisco, CA 94115 For more information, contact: Erika Tamura. Phone: (415) 202-7940 Fax: (415) 563-7137 Email: etamura@jcyc.org Website: www.sfayps.org
Asian Youth Prevention Services
NAVIGATION
JCYC’S SOCIAL MEDIA
ADDRESS 2012 Pine Street San Francisco, CA 94115
CONTACT info@jcyc.org Tel:  (415) 202-7900 Fax: (415) 346-1948
NAVIGATION
JCYC’S SOCIAL MEDIA
ADDRESS 2012 Pine Street San Francisco, CA 94115
CONTACT info@jcyc.org Tel:  (415) 202-7900 Fax: (415) 921-1841
Asian Youth Prevention Services (AYPS) 2012 Pine Street San Francisco, CA 94115 For more information, contact: Erika Tamura. Phone: (415) 202-7940 Fax: (415) 563-7137 Email: etamura@jcyc.org Website: www.sfayps.org The Asian Youth Prevention Services (AYPS) Program strives to prevent, delay and reduce the use and abuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs (ATOD) among Asian youth in San Francisco. The program is a partnership of the six Asian and Pacific Islander youth service-providing organizations that make up the AYPS Consortium: JCYC, HealthRIGHT 360/Asian American Recovery Services, Inc. (AARS), CYC (formerly the Chinatown Community Center), Filipino American Development Foundation/Filipino Community Center (FADF/FCC), Samoan Community Development Center (SCDC) and Vietnamese Youth Development Center (VYDC). AYPS’ strategies enhance participants’ abilities to make informed decisions about ATOD and other risk behaviors.  Current strategies focus on family support, environment prevention, and building youth resiliency.