Programs & Services

Housing

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Housing

  • Nightstop Guests

    Nightstop will provide you with a safe place to sleep, access to laundry and bathroom facilities, three meals (dinner, breakfast and a packed lunch), as well as transportation support. We accept self applications and referrals.

  • Nightstop Volunteer

    Nightstop relies on our community of volunteers to provide their homes for a safe, warm place for youth in need to stay on any given night. Nightstop is always looking for hosts, volunteer drivers as well as in-kind donations.

  • Nightstop

    Providing a safety net to those forced to leave their home, Nightstop places young people in a safe and warm home for the night, provided by a vetted and approved volunteer.

  • Connections and Emergency Housing

    Connections is the first emergency housing facility in the southern part of York Region for homeless youth.

  • HOPE Program

    Our HOPE Program provides transitional housing and wrap-around services for female survivors of human trafficking aged 16-26 in York Region.

  • Supportive Transitional Apartments for Youth (STAY)

    This program will build on the skills youth currently have and assist them in becoming successful as they continue on with their life’s journey.

  • Youth Residential Homes

    Our youth residential program is a voluntary program that offers a combination of housing and support for youth, primarily 16-19 years of age, who are facing a housing crisis.

  • Transitions

    This program sources affordable market rent, community based units across York Region which are licensed out to youth participants.

  • Youth Housing and Support Workers

    This service is designed to assist clients in transitioning from one location to another, conducting housing searches, negotiating with landlords and more…

Employment

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Employment

  • Youth Job Connection

    YJC includes paid pre-employment workshops, job matching and placement support.

  • Base 4 Success

    B4S is a 12 week paid employment program for youth who face barriers to employment.

  • Every Bite Matters

    Every Bite Matters (EBM) is a 16-week paid employment program for youth who face barriers to employment and have an interest in culinary skill development.

  • Specialized Training Employment Program

    STEP provides employment training and supports to youth with barriers and self-identify specifically with mental health challenges.

  • Youth Job Connection Summer

    YJCS supports secondary school students with multiple barriers through mandatory employability skills training and part-time employment opportunities,

  • Youth Success Strategy

    YSS Employment Counselling assists youth in reaching their employment goals who either do not require the support of a formal program or do not meet the eligibility criteria of our formal programs.

  • Youth Employment Resources

Wellness & Support

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Wellness & Support

  • Counselling

    Through our counselling program, young people identify and address barriers that are preventing or have prevented them from moving towards their goals.

  • Home Base Youth Drop-In Centres

    Every month, our Home Base Centres serve more than 150 youth each month who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, between the ages of 13 and 26.

  • YOUTHrive

    The program offers inclusive, enriched recreation and mentorship programming for the residents of six (6) housing co-operative communities to support their social, emotional, physical and mental health needs.

  • After School Program

    The program provides students across York Region with activities that promote healthy and active lifestyles.

  • Leadership Engagement Gang Intervention Team (LEGIT)

    L.E.G.I.T. Workers assist youth 12 – 20 yrs. who are involved in gangs, at-risk of gang involvement and/or have a history of involvement with the criminal justice system.

  • Provincial Youth Outreach Workers

    Youth Outreach Workers assist youth 13-24 yrs. to access services that can be of support to any aspect of their lives.

  • Aftercare and Transitional Support

    The Aftercare and Transitional Support Program assists youth transitioning out of the care of the Children’s Aid Society.

Education

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Education

  • iGrad

    Students registering for this opportunity will work with the teacher in doing on-line, e-Learning courses.  The classroom will be open between 9:30 am and 3:30 pm each day (Monday to Friday) and the teacher will support students in working on specific courses independently on-line.

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