Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently asked questions

Youth Services

Offering youths (ages 12-20) alternative solutions for sorting out life’s ongoing challenges. Third Level Youth Services help youths deal with conflict at home, help find temporary or long-term housing, and provide on-going counseling. Our counselors work with anyone who has runaway, has threatened to runaway, are in need of protection, may be at risk of homelessness, or that are experiencing family conflict. Click here for more information.

Pete's Place Youth Shelter

Pete's Place is the area's first and only youth shelter. We opened in 2007, as we realized our community's teens needed a safe place to go when things got rough. Pete's Place can provide a safe place to go while you try to work things out at home or figure out what's next. Our shelter is voluntary and free (financial need is never asked) for teens without a safe place to stay.

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Free Legal Aid Clinic

The Free Legal Aid Clinic is an opportunity for individuals to receive private, free, and confidential legal advice and problem clarification from attorneys from the

Grand Traverse-Leelanau-Antrim Bar Association, who volunteer their time to answer legal questions for children and families in need. Please note: Services are provided on a first-come, first-served basis to the first 15 people registered, and you must call ahead to register. Click here for more information.

Suicide Prevention and Community Education

Through our relationship with the National Suicide Prevention Hotline, Third Level Services offers crisis counseling and community education trainings. From SafeTALK, a half-day alertness training, to Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), our suicide prevention and awareness programs are designed to make sure no child in northern Michigan feels alone or abandoned.

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