At Bacon Street, we truly understand how scary and overwhelming adolescent substance abuse is and we are here to help, free of judgment, and full of compassion.
Thanks to people just like you, we are able to provide substance abuse and mental health counseling to teens, young adults, and their families; to offer prevention programs that help build resilience; and to forge partnerships that bring our expertise in adolescent substance abuse and mental health into the communities we serve.
Every counseling session, every prevention and education program is offered regardless of the client’s ability to pay. We do not turn anyone away—the stakes are too high.
Bacon Street Youth and Family Services is a 501(c)(3) organization, EIN number 54-0891035.
I was on sinking ship, and my son was the captain. I got back control of the wheel, and I couldn’t have done it without the help I got at Bacon Street.
Ways to Give
To make a one time or recurring gift online, click here.
To make a gift by check, please mail to: Bacon Street Youth and Family Services, 247 McLaws Circle, Williamsburg, VA 23185
To make your gift by phone, call (757) 253-0111.
Donate stock or other appreciated securities: To transfer a gift of appreciated securities, contact Bacon Street at (757) 253-0111 or email@example.com and let us know your name, address, the name and number of the securities transferred, and the valuation on the date of transfer. We have an account with Edward Jones (DTC #0057 in the name of Bacon Street Youth Fam Svcs, account #46716810-1-5) to facilitate the transfer of stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and other appreciated securities:
Wish List: At Bacon Street, we have many special programs for clients and the community. Our prevention programs are often in need of crafting supplies and donated snacks and meals. Our Journey Home Project serves families struggling with both substance use and homelessness; our drop-in day center and our clients need personal items. As a nonprofit organization, we welcome these donations that help us serve clients and the community.
- Wet wipes
- Shampoo (travel sized)
- Toothpaste and toothbrushes
- Deodorant (travel sized)
- Disposable rain ponchos
- Underwear (men’s, women’s and children’s)
- Winter gloves, hats, scarves/neck gaiters
- Fast food or grocery store gift cards