History of SOCK
SOCK formed from community action
Putting an armory to good use
Keeping doors open for our kids
Youth Needs in Shelton
SOCK an exception since 1997
Area families in poverty, stress
Youth stats at a glance
SOCK targets those at highest risk
SOCK has worked with young people in Shelton since 1997, providing after-school, recreational, nutritional and drop-in programs to over 6,500 youth.
We are now collaborating with others in our community on an exciting and ambitious vision — to bring a YMCA to Shelton. We’ve just completed an application to the national YMCA organization, and will soon be working with one of the existing YMCAs in our area to generate the community support needed to build our very own stand-alone Y! Once in place, our Shelton Y will provide recreational, educational, day-care, after-school, and nutritional programs for all, young and old alike.
This is our vision. If it sounds like something you could get behind, please send us an email and we’ll keep you posted on our progress! Or you can call (360) 432-0815.