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Agency Brochures


Payne County Youth Services

Project Safe Place

Skills For Success

Transitional Living Program

Foster Care Program


Scheduled Board Meetings 2018


January 22 -- 11:30 -- 2224 West 12th Street

March 26 -- 11:30 -- 2224 West 12th Street

May 21 -- 11:30 -- 2224 West 12th Street

July 23 -- 11:30 -- 2224 West 12th Street

September 24 -- 11:30 -- 2224 West 12th Street

November 26 -- 11:30 -- 2224 West 12th Street

December 17 -- 11:00 -- 2804 West 32nd Street (Annual Meeting)


Times and locations are subject to change. Please Call 405-377-3380 to confirm meeting location.



Management Report 2017

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PCYS 990 Fiscal Year 2017

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Annual Report 2017

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Donations

Contact us for more information on how to make a donation or use the link below to make an online donation via PayPal. All contributions are greatly appreciated.

Forms for the Agency


Volunteer Application Form

Guest Speaker Information Form

Employment application

Privacy policy - HIPPA

Grievance policy

Clients rights statement

Ethics policy

Client satisfaction questionnaire

Affirmative Action Data Record

Client Services Satisfaction Questionnaire

Follow up Postcard


Volunteer Opportunities at PCYS

Volunteers and donations are essential to the success of PCYS and are greatly appreciated. Donations of cash, gift certificates, supplies, household supplies, equipment, and items for youth and their families are an important way to support the services of PCYS. Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by the IRS Code. Volunteer opportunities include assisting with maintenance and repair projects at both the shelter and office locations and include gardening, landscaping, painting, window washing, and assistance with special projects. Special projects include redecorating of rooms at the shelter, providing activities and outings for shelter residents and/or group participants, landscaping, and others.

Fundraising and public awareness opportunities are available for groups and individuals.

Internships and work study options at both the shelter and office locations are available and are considered on a case-by-case basis.

Certain volunteer options require a background check and completion of volunteer application form. Groups and individuals may volunteer and are considered on a case-by-case basis.