Youth Employment:
The office would also like to remind parents, guardians and caretakers that their teens aged 14 years and older must have working papers in order to work in NYS. Please visit the link below for more information: 

Nassau County ADA Policy


Mission Statement
The mission of the Nassau County Youth Services is to promote self-esteem, positive values and morals, citizenship, dignity, as well as physical, social, and mental well-being among the youth of Nassau County through youth and community development.

 Our guiding principles are empowering youth, strengthening families, creating healthy alternatives, developing communities, and establishing partnerships and service integration. It is important that young people have an opportunity to learn and grow within communities that represent the kind of world in which they live. We need to support and replicate programs that work, experiment with initiatives, cross systems programming, and build capacity for programs for youth most in need. We move forward to create opportunities for young people creating a culture of responsibility, service, and citizenship through the development of partnerships among government, the non-profit sector, schools, businesses, and other community organizations. 

Request for Proposals:
Request for Proposals Legal Notices(PDF)

This request for Proposals can be viewed at:

Registered vendors can access this RFP at:


For general information and inquiries, you also may send an e-mail to the appropriate unit within the Youth Board's office. See list below:

General Inquiries(516) 227-7134
Executive Director(516) 227-7115
Runaway Homeless Youth Service Coordinator(516) 227-7127
OYS Community Liaison (516) 227-7125
OYS Fiscal Liaison (516) 227-7024
OYS Contract Management(516) 227-7119