Bright Choices Program

Provides one-on-one mentoring for youth with an opportunity to participate in educational activities and engage with their peers.  The goal of this program is to help youth stay in school, or re-enter the school system.  Types of support include:

  • Attending probation meetings, court proceedings and expulsion hearings
  • Registration or re-enrollment in school
  • Attending parent and teacher meetings
  • Tutoring and educational devices
  • Transportation to and from school
  • Counselling and mental health services
  • Meetings with teachers and principals
  • Recreational bonding activities
  • Career discovery and exploration
  • Post-secondary application assistance
  • Post-secondary scholarship funding
  • Scholarship application assistance
  • College and University tours
  • Homework supplies and work space
  • Access to a printer
Organizations that offer this Service
Liberty For Youth
Sites that offer this Service
Liberty For Youth Hamilton Office
Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
14:00-18:00

Tuesday:
Closed

Wednesday:
16:00-18:00
Co-ed tutoring

Thursday:
17:00-21:00

Friday:
13:00-17:00

Saturday:
12:00-18:00

Website: Website

1925 King St E
Hamilton, ON
L8K 1V9

Eligibility

Program designed for youth who are experiencing difficulties in school, or who want to re-enroll in the school system

Areas Served
Hamilton
Hamilton Downtown
Fees
Fee
None
Languages
English
Application Instructions

Contact for information

Contact
Frederick Dryden, Founder and Executive Director, Liberty for Youth
Age Range
15 to 19 years
Last Full Update
May 26, 2021