We have worked developed and delivered positive youth development programs along with capacity building sessions for adult allies in almost every province and territory sharing our message with thousands of people.

Whether a one day session in community, or one of our multiple day programs in Ottawa, Ontario for small groups, we are committed to the creating space for youth voice, positive and healthy development, and the much needed healing that strengthens the path for many young people.

Participants in our programs have included Elders, children, youth, young adults and professionals that work with youth and young adults, such as teachers, youth workers, child welfare workers, health service providers, government staff, community justice workers, recreation coordinators, youth centre staff, drug and alcohol prevention workers, policy makers and Chief and Council members.

While much of our work is with Indigenous young people, we have decades of experience building relationships and supporting youth in / from care, street involved youth, racialized youth, including newcomers, and 2SLGBTQ+ young people.

We want to join you in your work supporting the development of strong, healthy young people and helping them know & believe the 3 Things: that to you, they matter, they are important and they belong. Whether it’s building them up through a presentation or workshop, a specially tailored youth leadership program or building the skills and capacity of the adults in their lives through our day long capacity building sessions, we believe our programs and sessions can enhance your ongoing work with youth and young adults.

Click here to learn more about our Youth Voice, Development, and Healing Programs.

The youth who participate in our programs have been diverse in gender, background, culture and lived experiences.  They have included identified youth leaders, youth involved in risky behaviours, youth in government care or custody, street involved youth, LGBTQ youth, newcomer youth and indigenous youth, both living in a First Nation and those living in urban (or rural settings).

Click here to learn more about our Capacity Building Sessions for adults who work alongside or care for youth and young adults.

Email [email protected] to learn how we can be of service to you and the youth you care about.