Youth Outreach Workers
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 us for more information.
Special Needs Teen Club
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, at 604.987.8138 ext 218