Youth Services

Youth Services * After School Tutorial Enrichment Program * Hepburn Center Summer Camp * Counseling *
Transportation * Holiday Food and Toy Drive


The Youth Services Section provides services to children up to 17 years old. A Youth
Services Supervisor and Social Worker are available to provide services. Individuals
who request assistance through Youth Services are required to participate in
an intake and assessment process, and must show proof of identity, proof of
address, income verification, proof of citizenship or legal residency status and any
other documentation that will show proof for requested services.


Individual, group, and family counseling, parenting, anger management and
conflict resolution workshops are available for youth and adults. For more information,
 please call (954) 457-1460.

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                           20-21 Fall After School Program Informational Flyer-front side

                          20-21 Fall After School Program Informational Flyer-back side



The Human Services Department administers a comprehensive after school educational program for children for kindergarten through middle school. The Hepburn Center's After School Program provides quality services for children. Certified teachers, homework assistance, tutoring, cultural enrichment, Performing Arts and counseling services available.

The program operates year round from 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm daily at the Austin Hepburn Center.

One Time Annual Fee

$200 per child for Hallandale Beach Residents 
$400 per child for Non- Residents
Money Order or Cash Only

Applications are accepted year round, however space is limited so register early. If you have and any questions, please call (954) 457-1460. 

The program is funded by The Friends of the Hepburn Center, Inc; The City of Hallandale Beach and Broward County Community Development Block Grant and Children Services Council of Broward County.

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One Time Annual Fee $200 per child for Hallandale Beach Residents - $400 per child for Non- Residents Cash Only
Child’s Birth Certificate
Last 4 Digits of Child’s Social Security Number is Required
Parent’s Official State ID, Driver License
Proof of Residence (water bill, FPL, etc.)
Proof of Guardianship (if applicable)
Most recent report card or official document from the school showing current grade level and any academic/special difficulties we should be aware of.
Proof of ALL Household Income for Previous Calendar Year or Past 12 months Income verification
2019 Income Tax Return w/W-2 Forms (with Schedule C if self-employed)
(3) most recent and year to date paycheck stubs (Collection of the family)
Free or Reduced School Lunch Program Verification
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP/ Food Stamp) Verification
Unemployment Compensation Records
Public Assistance records (TANF, W.A.G.E.S.) with amounts and dates received
Medical Verification
Supplemental Security Income records (SSI)
Veterans benefits records

                 Click the link below to begin the  2020/2021 After School Registration Process
                                                       click Below

                               Fall Registration Click on Tab which takes you to the intake form.

Please keep in mind by filling out this form does not guarantee your child(ren) a spot in the program.
             All applications must be completed and approved to receive an acceptance letter.


Come and join us for a week of activities, fun, and field trips at the Hepburn Center ASP Spring Break Camp. Open to students in grades K-8, the camp runs 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

     Spring Break Camp Registration Informational Flyer


                              Please click on the link to Join the Appointment Call List

The City operates a Summer Youth Cultural Enrichment Program through the Human Services Department from June – August for residents and non-residents in grades K-8, from 8:00 am – 5:30 pm. There is a $250 registration fee for residents, a $400 registration fee for non-residents (limited space available). 
Virtual Summer Camp will start June 8, 2020 and On-site camp will start June 15, 2020
Activities include: On-Site Field trips, Arts and crafts, Music, Movies, Breakfast, Lunch and Afternoon      
                                                         click Below

City of Hallandale Beach-Summer Camp Flyer 2020. Fun in the sun – the water park scene displays exam
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The Department in collaboration with the Hallandale Beach Police, Fire Department and other charitable organizations provides food and toys for needy families for the Thanksgiving and Christmas Holiday Season. For more information, please contact the Human Services Department by email or call (954) 457-1460.
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Program to help those in the community that needs help during the holiday season were adopted by loc

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