Southwest Youth and Family Services provides a wide range of state-licensed counseling services for children, teens, young adults, and their families. We match youth and families with one of our qualified and dedicated counselors who can best meet their unique needs while paying attention to culture, language, gender, and other factors that may affect their counseling experience.
Our Counseling Center’s services range from brief, highly focused counseling to longer-term services, depending on the need of the youth or family. Counseling can be provided at our offices, in the client’s home, schools, or other community settings. Our goal is to make counseling as accessible as possible.
For more information on the counseling center or services provided, please contact Robert Gant at (206) 937-7680 or drop by our offices at 4555 Delridge Way SW, Seattle WA, 98106.
The Counseling Center provides support for youth in local middle schools, high schools, and alternative programs. Available support groups change to meet the current needs of our community.
Youth Case Management Services
SWYFS provides case management services for at-risk youth who are between the ages of 11 and 18, and live or reside in Seattle, South King County or attend schools within the Seattle or Highline School Districts.
Aggression Replacement Training (ART)
ART is a research-based program that focuses on helping adolescents cope with aggressive behaviors through social skills training, anger control training, and moral reasoning. ART is offered throughout the year in ten-week sessions, with three meetings per week.
For more information please call us at (206) 937-7680.
Youth Violence Prevention
Southwest Youth and Family Services’ youth violence prevention programs are multi-agency efforts to reduce and prevent youth violence in Seattle and South King County. As a partner agency, Southwest Youth and Family Services offers case managers to help youth stay safe, stay in school, and get connected to the resources they need.
Seattle Youth Violence Prevention Initiative (SYVPI)
Who is eligible for SYVPI?
Youth between the ages of 12 and 17 who have been:
King County Youth Violence Prevention Program (KCYVPP)
Who is eligible for KCYVPP?
Youth between the ages of 11 and 18 living in Southwest Seattle, White Center, SeaTac, Burien, and other areas of Southwest King County who are at risk of involvement in the juvenile justice system or academic failure.
For more information about the Seattle Youth Violence Prevention Initiative at SWYFS, please contact:
For more information about the King County Youth Violence Prevention Program at SWYFS contact: