Child & Youth Support
Dnaagdawenmag Binnoojiiyag Child & Family Services
Child & Youth Mental Health and Addictions workers provide support services to children, youth and their families experiencing mental health and addictions difficulties.
Native Youth Justice program services First Nation/Indigenous youth between the ages of 12 – 17 who are in conflict with the law.
Youth in Transition program assists youth who are leaving the child welfare system and transitioning to adulthood.
Family Services to help children, youth, their families and communities find the resources and to become empowered to overcome their difficulties.
Child in Alternative Care services provide culturally intelligent services rooted in culture and based on community values and beliefs.
Yellow Brick House
Individual counseling to help kids deal with the negative impact of abuse.
Let’s Talk Child Witness Program: 10-week program for kids age 4-15 to talk about their experiences in a safe, supportive environment.