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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Human Services

Mission: Nyap is an energetic instrument of change in the lives of children youth and families and the systems, structures, and practices that affect them.

Programs: Our children, family and youth services provide foster care and mental health services through assessments, diagnosis, treatment and case management with the objective to achieve reunification and permanence in as short a period as possible. In 2014, over 4,500 youth were served in 6 states.

the rental and housing activities are primarily group home and emergency shelter care services. Emergency shelter care facilities provide short term accommodation for troubled youths while suitable placement options in foster and residential are being sought. Group homes provide independent living and intermediate services between foster and residential care. Youth activities and mental health treatment services are provided in the homes. In 2014 about 1,800 clients were served.

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 1

The CEO is totally clueless of how her administrators treat staff in all the states they provide services for. No opportunity for promotion if you are not in the inner circle of upper echelons of management. Management are not in line with the mission and values of organization; forms of racism and reverse discrimination are running rapid throughout. Feel sorry for the founder. Classic example of working the crap out of staff and paying them peanuts. Management Never take accountability for their own mistakes.


General Member of the Public

Rating: 1

The CEO of this company pocketed $406K in 2010. BTW... That is more than the salary of the President of the United States of America. The management is all about money and not so much about the kids. BILLING BILLING BILLING of Medicaid is what it is all about and we the tax payers are paying that enormous salary of the CEO. When money gets tight they increase the demand on the workers to bill more and more, even when it is not benefiting the kids. Trust me on this, my wife left this company after they made her change diagnosis so that more could be billed to the tax payers.

Review from Guidestar