If you are in crisis, or just need someone to listen, please call on us. Our youth outreach workers are trained to provide support, guidance and referrals in a non-judgmental way. Our goal is to make you feel safe, supported and respected.
Our outreach workers can help you with:
- One-to-one support, temporary or ongoing
- Drug and alcohol education
- School problems
- Family issues
- Job and resume skills
- Providing advocacy and information
- Referrals to other services
- And lots more!
We are also available for group presentations. Please contact one of our Youth Outreach Workers for more information.
Teen Club is a licensed Out of School care Program for special needs teenagers aged 13 to 18 that focuses on social and life skill development through exposure to a wide variety of leisure activities.
The teens attending the program are referred by Community Living British Columbia. They have a wide variety of challenges: Autism, Down Syndrome, William’s Syndrome, general developmental delays, hearing and visual impairments, psychiatric disorders and learning disabilities. Staff work with social workers, school staff, psychologists/psychiatrists, neurologists, behaviour therapists and families to provide a safe, supportive and nurturing environment.
Teen Club provides high quality programming that includes a balance of in-house and community based activities; these include sports, drama and music programs, game days and outings to locations in the community. During school breaks, teens participate in a wide variety of activities locally and across the Lower Mainland. Special events such as dances, parties, and graduation days are organized on a regular basis.
For more information contact, Dana Robinson, Teen Club Supervisor
by phone: 604.987.8138 ext 218 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org