Youth & Family Services Groups

Bowie Youth & Family Services offers several therapeutic and educational groups throughout the year. Each group is designed to meet a specific need for youth and families in the Bowie and Prince George's County community. 

There may be a fee for some groups. Some groups require an initial appointment with the lead counselor before enrollment is confirmed and registration for a group does not guarantee a spot in the group. 

To learn more about current groups, call Bowie Youth & Family Services at the phone number in the Contact Us box on this page or visit a specific group’s page to learn more.

Active Parenting: A skill building group for parents.
ADHD Group: A group for children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and their parents.
Calm, Confident Kids: A group for children experiencing excessive worrying or anxiety.
Dream It, Be It: A college and career readiness group for high school girls.
Divorce/Separation Family Group: A group for parents and their children (ages 7-12) experiencing divorce and separation issues.
Girls Count!: A female empowerment group for high school girls.
LGBTQ+ Empowerment Group: A group for LGBTQ+ adolescents and allies.
LifeSkills Transitions Training
The Life Skills Transition Training program helps high school students and young adults ages 16 - 24 navigate the transition to the work force and higher education. Key elements include: goal setting, communication, and managing time and money.