Commissioner Roy Alaimo, District 3, Visits St. Augustine Youth Services Campus
In a recent visit to the St. Augustine Youth Services (SAYS) campus, Commissioner Roy Alaimo, District 3, had the privilege of touring the facilities and engaging in discussions with key figures from the organization. SAYS Development Director Tim Decker and Executive Director Schuyler Siefker hosted the visit, providing the commissioner with insights into the organization’s mission and impact within St. Johns County.
Commissioner Roy Alaimo expressed his unwavering support for SAYS and its critical role in shaping the future of St. Johns County’s at-risk youth. He commended the organization’s dedication to providing coaching, counseling, and care in a family-style therapeutic group home environment, as well as offering vital outpatient community services.
“SAYS is making a profound difference in the lives of our community’s youth,” Commissioner Roy Alaimo stated during his visit. “Their commitment to nurturing and rehabilitating young individuals in need is truly commendable.”
St. Augustine Youth Services (SAYS), a non-profit organization, has been a cornerstone of the community, serving youth since its establishment in 1989. Over the course of more than three decades, SAYS has successfully provided treatment and support to thousands of boys and girls who have endured abuse, neglect, or are in need of essential mental health services. The organization’s dedication to these young individuals has had a lasting and positive impact on the St. Johns County community.
Commissioner Roy Alaimo emphasized, “SAYS has proven itself as a vital resource in our County, and their efforts to uplift our at-risk youth are truly commendable. I am a proud supporter of their mission and look forward to witnessing their continued success in the years to come.”
For more information about St. Augustine Youth Services, visit www.staugustineyouthservices.org.