About Us

Welcome to Wilton Youth Services

We are located in the Comstock Community Center at 180 School Road, housed within the Town of Wilton’s Social Services Department.

Wilton Youth Services provides short-term counseling, case management, and referral for Wilton youth and families.  In addition, we interface with youth-serving professionals and volunteers to coordinate services for youth and their families. Our work contributes to world, national and local community. We provide an opportunity for youth voice, reflection, and development. Our team is not just highly professional but is also highly experienced and dedicated to this kind of work.

Our Staff

Colleen Fawcett, LCSW, has served as Youth Services Coordinator for the past seventeen years. She is a licensed clinical social worker who earned her master’s degree from Columbia University in 1996 specializing in children and families with a focus on practice, programming, and supervision. Colleen has been working as a therapist with children, teens and families for fifteen years, utilizing a variety of modalities but particularly drawn to cognitive behavioral therapy, as well as solution-focused, short-term and strength-based modalities.  Prior to becoming a therapist, Colleen had worked with children and parents in a variety of capacities including a fourth-grade classroom teacher, elementary physical education and art teacher, crisis intervention specialist, and residential counselor at Kids in Crisis in Greenwich, CT.  In addition to her work with the Town of Wilton, Colleen maintains a small private psychotherapy practice.

Margaret Creeth, NCC, is Wilton Youth Services Program Manager.  Margaret is a National Certified Counselor (NCC) who earned her master’s degree at Fairfield University, graduating in 2011.  She has focused on issues of domestic violence and has obtained a CT state certification in Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault.  Margaret obtained a degree in Library Science in England where she worked as a Research Librarian.  Upon arrival in the US, she attended the University of Connecticut and graduated with a liberal arts degree. After 7 years working as a librarian at the United Nations, Margaret joined her husband’s business as the Human Resources Manager. After living and raising a family in Wilton for 20 years, she pursued a life-long ambition of working in social services. After 6 months interning at Positive Directions in Westport and one year at Family Services Woodfield (FSW) in Bridgeport, she has joined the Social Services team in her hometown of Wilton.


“As your kids grow they may forget what you said,

but won’t forget how you made them feel.” – Kevin Heath