115 North 10th Street, Klamath Falls, Oregon 97601

As of Monday IYS will have all staff working from home. Staff will still be able to be reached by calling the main IYS phone number. Once the phone picks up the auto manager will give options to connect the caller to the correct staff.  

 The Lunch Program will continue. There will not be any interruptions in the delivery of the lunches unless new guidelines come down that would restrict the making and delivering of these meals. On Fridays, kids and family’s will be able to pick up extra lunches to have for over the weekend. If anyone is interested in volunteering their time to help prepare and deliver lunches please call Jacci at 541-591-4472.

 This was not an easy decision but believe it is the best with everything that is going on. We hope that all youth and their families stay safe and healthy.

Exodus House will remain open for Runaway and Homeless Youth.

IYS – 541-882-2053

Exodus House – 541-884-2319

Thank you for your understanding

IYS CELEBRATING 30 YEARS OF HOPE!

Integral Youth Services (IYS), a private 501(c)3 non-profit social service agency, has been providing services in Klamath County since 1988. IYS provides a wide range of programs and services to homeless, at-risk and runaway youth. Each of our programs are designed to ‘integrate’ with each other to satisfy any need a youth may have; whether physical, emotional, educational or vocational.

 

A Safe, Positive and Fun Place for Kids

“IYS PHILOSOPHY”- We believe in serving our youth with compassion and encouragement. We believe in providing opportunities, structure and accountability, which leads to a sense of responsibility. Our philosophies enable us to nurture the youth that we serve, releasing their full potential.

“OFFERING HOPE”- Our mission is “To honor God in offering HOPE to youth, providing for their needs and mentoring toward positive choices and healthy relationships.”

“TRANSFORMED YOUTH”- As we envision the future, we see “a community of transformed youth who are empowered and prepared to be self-sufficient; actively engaging in their lives and the lives of others.”