The Wall Youth Center & Community Services is the social services department of Wall Township. Founded in 1978 as a teen drop-in center, the department now provides programs to meet the needs of both young people and their families. The department offers a full range of counseling, education and therapeutic recreation services.
Counseling services are available on an outpatient basis to individuals, groups and families experiencing difficulties with drug and alcohol abuse, social problems, delinquency, or any issue facing youth and families today. This full array of services is available to Wall Township residents.
People residing outside of Wall are eligible for substance abuse and prevention services. People seeking counseling services can phone or walk in. Services are strictly confidential and private. Minimal fees are based on a sliding scale. Counseling services are available 5 days a week, Monday through Friday.
Wall Youth Center and Community Services is licensed by the New Jersey Department of Health as an outpatient treatment program.
After School Programs
After school programs include Gym Day at the West Belmar School and homework help at the Youth Center. Most weekdays there are daily pickups from West Belmar School.
Onsite activities are open to all school aged Wall Township residents. A consent and release form must be filled out prior to participating in any of our activities.
Supervised recreational programs include:
Arts and crafts
Billiards, ping-pong and foosball tables
Indoor and outdoor sports
Gym Day - Tuesdays (Grades 1st and 2nd) and Wednesdays (Grades 3rd - 5th) afternoon from 3:30 PM - 4:45 PM during the school year at West Belmar School.
Gym Night - Tuesday Nights (Grades 6th and up) from 7 PM - 9 PM during the school year at West Belmar School.