Empowering Youth
Strengthening Community


  • November 19, 2016  2016 CTC VARIETY SHOW
    Saturday, November 19th
    Advance tickets will go on sale at the end of October. Go to the forms tab to order online or print your ticket order form.
  • November 1, 2016  COATS FOR KIDS
    The CTC High School Board will be collecting new and gently used and cleaned coats during the month of November for York Suburban students. Drop them off in a collection box located in any of the schools. Collecting size 5-Adult Large. Help keep ALL YS kids warm this winter!
    York Suburban High School
    An opportunity for YS residents to gain heroin awareness and ask questions regarding opiate use.
    Featuring local county and community officals and experts
    Hearing personal stories of local families affected by opiate and heroin use.
    Information and resources will be available.(Doors open at 6:30 to visit resource tables)
  • July 6, 2016  STAY CONNECTED
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Mission Statement

Mobilizing people and resources to protect and empower our youth and strengthen our community.

Our Role

The York Suburban Communities That Care Alliance is a community-based initiative that supports our youth in making responsible decisions. The CTC process is a research-based, national program that is proven to work. How does it fit into the landscape of our York Suburban community? We’re glad you asked!

YS CTC Alliance has a close working relationship with the York Suburban School District, but is not a part of the district nor does it receive any funds from the district. In much the same way that the York Suburban Education Foundation and Dollars for Scholars operate, YS CTC Alliance seeks to assist the district in providing additional support for our students.

YS CTC Alliance strives to build relationships between the school district and specific community resources to initiate and encourage programs and activities that may positively effect our youth. We work closely with school officials, law enforcement agencies, local government officials, concerned members of our community, parents, and students to protect and empower our youth and strengthen our community. Your individual support is important to us…and to our entire community!