Helping children and families create a better future.

Trinity Youth Services
18th of November 2016
Operation Gobble
LA County Donates 20 Turkeys to Trinity Foster Families

The County of Los Angeles recognized Trinity Youth Services today for the organization’s “dedicated service to the affairs of the community and for the civic pride demonstrated by the numerous contributions for the benefit of all the citizens of Los Angeles County.” Los Angeles County Supervisor, Hilda L. Solis, presented Trinity Youth Services with a certificate of recognition and her office donated 20 turkeys, crates of fresh produce and bags of canned and dry goods for resource families supported by Trinity…

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24th of October 2016
Trinity Timeline

Since 1966, Trinity Youth Services has been helping children and families create a better future. Join us in a photo timeline through the history of Trinity. The organization was established 50 years ago, served over 60,000 children and has grown into the thriving services it has become today encompassing foster care, residential treatment and mental health programs.  

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19th of October 2016
Trinity Soiree
Trinity Youth Services’ 50th Anniversary Soirée

For 50 years, Trinity Youth Services has helped children and families create a better future. Established in 1966, the organization has served over 60,000 trauma-affected children and on Saturday, October 15, over 100 guests gathered at the historic Garner House in Claremont to celebrate Trinity Youth Services’ 50th anniversary. Among the guests were supporters, employees, board members, chamber members, local residents and dignitaries including Congresswoman Judy Chu, Claremont Mayor Sam Pedroza, Claremont Chamber CEO Maureen Aldridge and Chair Nikki Coulas,…

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4th of August 2016
Trinity Youth Services Celebrates 50 Years

In 1966, two Orthodox priests were inspired to do something to help delinquent, abused and neglected children and established Guadalupe Home for Boys, later changing its name to Trinity Youth Services. The agency was first housed in a renovated ranch-style home, formerly owned by the silent film actress Gloria Swanson, which was moved from Hollywood to the City of Yucaipa, California. In this home, six troubled teenagers were provided with care, guidance, structure and skills that would help them prepare…

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12th of July 2016
5 Factors That Help Children Adapt to Foster Care

The Journal of Public Child Welfare published a study in 2015 titled Functional Adaptation to Foster Care. The purpose of the study was to find out how children and youth adapt to being in foster care from their point of view. This type of research is helpful, not only to validate the positive work resource families are achieving, but also to see where there is room to grow. The Importance of Resource Parent Commitment “Good foster parents were committed to…

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3 Healthy Tips That Won’t Cost You a Dime

Strolling through the aisles of the grocery store labels and branding, words leap out at me: All Natural, Gluten-Free, No Sugar Added, Grass-Fed, Vegetarian Fed, Vegan, Dairy-Free, No Antibiotics or Hormones ever… For the average person trying to find the best choice it can be overwhelming. I maneuver my cart between other shoppers who are studying the ingredient decks trying to decide which cereal is the healthiest. The big food companies have gotten pretty savvy at hiding sugar, corn and…

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