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Omni Youth Programs

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Causes: Children & Youth, Community Improvement & Capacity Building, Crime & Law, Mental Health, Substance Abuse Prevention, Youth Development, Youth Violence Prevention

Mission: Create strong families, develop youth leaders, and engage the community to cultivate a lifestyle free of alcohol, drugs, violence and other risky behavior.

Target demographics: Youth and Families

Direct beneficiaries per year: 150 individuals improve their knowledge, professionalism, and skills to become alcohol prevention advocates and trainers

Geographic areas served: Sacramento Region

Programs: Underage alcohol prevention through free training of community members and org's to conduct evidence based programs with teens and parents or become Teen Facilitators using Teens In Action, Active Parenting of Teens and Family Matters model programs.

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


General Member of the Public

Rating: 4

Omni Youth Programs does a fabulous job training Sacramento County citizens. They have a few different programs that encourage positive and direct communication skills between parents and youth. Omni's determination to educate it's community members is well recognized through its long history of youth and family programming.


General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I have attended several programs and events offered by Omni Youth Programs and have always been extremely impressed with the programs they provide. I leave their events with tips and skills that are a extremely useful to me professionally and personally. Omni Youth Programs excells at helping parents navigate the teen years and do a tremendous job of giving my teen useful and practical tools that help them avoid peer pressure.


General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

A well trained group of counselors comes to my class once a week for four weeks and works with my 4th grade students on resisting peer pressure. The children value their time with these adults. They are positive role models and were able to relate very well to the children.

Review from Guidestar