Parents and Community

 
Even though Young Life is especially for kids, parents and other adults in the community are important to Young Life. Adults can support Young Life in a variety of ways — by becoming a volunteer leader or committee member, by attending a Young Life fund-raising event, by hosting Young Life or by simply telling others in the community about Young Life and its commitment to kids.

Keeping Kids Safe

An important part of our committment to kids is how we keep kids safe. Our staff and volunteer leaders know they are responsible for modeling lives of hope and integrity.Young Life's Human Resources department has developed missionwide policies and procedures to ensure that kids are protected when they are with Young Life staff and/or leaders as well as when kids are part of Young Life'sponsored activities.

Health form for camp

Every time your child goes on a trip with us for Young Life or WyldLife, we need an updated health form signed by parents/guardians.
 
You can download your own copy by clicking on the link:
 
 
If the link does not work, simply highlight the address, copy it, and past it in the URL box.


Frequently Asked Questions

1. Who are the Young Life and Wyldlife leaders?
Leaders are adult volunteers who have a heart for young people. The majority of the leaders in Tucson are college students, but volunteers can be any age: parent, teacher, and community member who have a heart to reach out to kids.
2. What are the qualifications to be a Young Life/Wyldlife leader?
Every leader goes through training and a final interview before placed on a team. Each leader is submitted to a background check through an outside company and must be approved by Young Life to be a driver. Each leader agrees to sign a leadership covenant and  the Young Life Statement of Faith.
3. What is the adult supervision at Young Life/Wyldlife events?
Besides our trained leaders, most clubs are hosted at a home, and the parents are there to host. Many times, other parents are present to help welcome, answer questions, and lend a hand with events.
4. Are parents allowed at Young Life/Wyldlife events?
We invite parents to see what their child is a part of. Parents are welcomed to be present at Young Life/Wyldlife events to meet leaders, staff, and understand what their child is attending.
 
 




Address

Young Life Tucson Metro | 3938 E Grant Rd PMB 253 Tucson, AZ 85712-2559

Phone: (520) 323-7595

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