Community Links and Mental Health Information
Carea Community Health Centre - a guide to all youth services in the community
Be Safe - making decisions in a crisis.
Canadian Mental Health Association
Bell Let's Talk
Kids Help Phone
Teens Can - building resilient youth
Youth Services Guide 2017 - Youth services guide 2017 - Carea updated1.pdf
This guide was produced by Carea Community Health Centre's Youth Outreach Workers, funded by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services. The guide has community information including youth centres, housing, crisis centres and contacts, anger management as well as many other community services available to students, parents and guardians.
Youth Job Connection – Program Overview:
YJC will provide youth with a wide range of individualized services, workshops, and opportunities for youth to gain more knowledge of the labour market and build their employability skills while completing ‘paid’ pre-employment and life skills training. The focus is on youth experiencing significant barriers to employment, to assist in addressing and overcoming these barriers. Some of these barriers could include; living in poverty, homelessness, limited labour market experience, low levels of education or literacy, a lack of motivation and discrimination. Upon successful completion of 60-90 workshop hours, the participants will then receive a ‘paid’ placement that could last up to 6 months or greater, depending on their determination and employer needs.
Employment Services Providers durham_region_eo_service_providers.pdf