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The Middletown Youth Services Bureau was established in 1978 by the City of Middletown to create a centralized office that could refer youth to local services, identify and fill gaps in those services, as well as work to improve overall community conditions related to youth. Located in Woodrow Wilson Middle School, the Bureau works cooperatively with school personnel, police, community resources, youth and parents. By directing youth to resources in their school and community we can ensure that each and every child is taking advantage of what this great community has to offer.
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