She operates the teen center located in the basement of City Hall. One teen, Nathan, said he comes about three times a week for the free food, ping pong and to shoot pool. The teen center has been operating from the basement since the s. It was started by a couple of teens looking for a substance-free place to hang out during the summer months, Mancini said. It's twice the size that it used to be.
Mayor Arrigo and Revere Recreation Announce Teen Center to Open December 18
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For decades, the basement of the Youth Center was the place to be for Revere youth. From concerts to ceramics to boxing classes, the Youth Center basement was a destination for young residents for an entire generation. The goal of this initiative is to reestablish the Youth Center as a place for kids to drop-in, be safe, and have fun after school. The teen center will be open four days a week to start. Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from — pm will be free, open hours for all middle and high school students with Revere student IDs. This safe space for kids will be monitored directly by department staff and will feature a lounge area for homework, a classic arcade machine, a ping pong table, TVs, video game systems, and various other game tables.
Basement Teen Center
Box Montpelier, VT Phone: Description of the Site: The Basement Teen Center BTC ensures that opportunities are made available to youth in Washington County by providing a safe place for teenagers to come together and participate in activities that encourage positive growth. The BTC, located in the basement of Montpelier City Hall, is a substance-free, adult-supervised space for teens to gather, attend workshops, learn leadership skills, enjoy a free meal and have fun.
Located in Montpelier, VT, the Basement is a drop-in space for youth ages 12 to 18 that is a substance-free, supervised place for teens to hang out with friends and provides leadership opportunities, and activities that encourage positive growth. With a full kitchen where young people can help themselves to food at any time, the Basement serves a free meal every Friday. Our work is supported by private, local, state, and federal grants, Medicaid and other insurance, donations, and fundraising. Most of our services are free. For those requiring payment, we accept most insurances and Medicaid, and offer a sliding fee scale.