The Santa Rosa-based nonprofit Social Advocates for Youth is cleaning house. On Thursday, SAY announced its third round of job cuts in the past three weeks. The Press Democrat reports three people were laid off, including SAY’s director of counseling, director of youth crisis and career services, and an accounting specialist. At least 21 staffers have now been laid off since the beginning of the year. Social Advocates for Youth, which has declared itself to be in a financial crisis, assists minors dealing with homelessness and other problems.