Each Youth Service Bureau is required, by regulation, to have an advisory board of at least seven members to advise and make recommendations on policy and program direction for the bureau. This advisory board represents a cross section of the community, including representatives of the public school system, the police department, a private youth serving agency (if applicable), and at least one youth under 21 years of age.

The Montville Youth Advisory Board shall:

  • advise and make recommendations to the Bureau on overall policy and program direction for the Bureau.
  • be responsible for the evaluation, planning, coordinating, and implementation of prevention and treatment services for delinquent, pre-delinquent, and troubled youth.
  • be responsible for the provision of opportunity for youth to develop positively and to function as responsible members of the community.

Meetings are held the 2nd Thursday of each month,
(except January & February and July & August)

Youth Service Bureau
Public Welcome

Next Advisory Board Meeting:
April 9th at 6pm


Board Members

Daniel Dunn- Chairman
Service Consumer

Lt. Leonard Bunnell
Police Officer

William Carlos
Service Consumer

Grace Carlos
Youth Representative

Brianne Messer
Service Consumer

Robert Mitchell, Jr
Board of Education Representative

Susan Rickards
Service Consumer

Allyson Schmeizl
Service Consumer

Tim Shanahan
Service Consumer

Marilyn Williams
Social Services Agency

Kathy Pollard
Town Council Liaison

If you are interested in joining the Advisory Board, please contact Barbara.

Crafter & Vendor Fair
Sunday, April 26th at Mohegan Fire House
10am to 3pm

The 2015 Penny Drive is underway!! 
We are collecting money for Montville Animal Control!
Our goal is $1000 to help purchase all the items are their wish list!!
If your business would like to put a flyer or a penny jar up, please contact Kim!
"Every Penny Counts!"

Looking for a COLORFUL event?
Southeastern Regional Action Council (SERAC) is hosting the "Change the Color of our Culture: Fun Run!"


Please read the 2015 issues of our monthly newsletter.













If you would like to view a Youth Scoop from a previous year, please contact Kim.