The Kingswood Youth Center provides a safe and positive environment in which youth may grow, learn and develop life skills critical to their success in the adult world.
In August of 1998, the Rotary Club of Wolfeboro voted to accept the challenge of establishing a teen drop-in center to help alleviate the number of youth “hanging around” the dowtown area. After much planning and fund raising, the Center opened on May 24, 2000 in the former Nazarene Church, owned by Huggins Hospital. In October 2009, we opened our newly constructed 3,000 square foot facility located on eight acres of cleared and forested land where we serve students ages 12-18 from the Governor Wentworth Regional School District with school to work and after school programs.
The Kingswood Youth Center provides structured programs that encourage teens to further their education, make artistic contributions and become community, civic and business leaders.
The following values influence the culture and public image of the Kingswood Youth Center as an effective community-based organization serving teens and their families:
Read about our After School Programs, offering teens a safe and fun space to enjoy together.
Check our monthly program calendar for After School Program events for our youth.
The KYC facility is available for rental by other organizations. Check availability here.