Supports Indigenous youth who are exiting systems such as Child Protection Services, Justice, Healthcare, or youth whose personal safety may be at risk by providing them with immediate access to housing that is safe, affordable, and appropriate, with zero preconditions. Provides the necessary and age-appropriate supports that focus on health, well-being, life skills, engagement in education and employment, and social inclusion to support young people and facilitate a healthy transition to adulthood.
Indigenous youth, aged 16-24, who are exiting systems such as Child Protection Services, Justice, Healthcare, or youth whose personal safety may be at risk.
- Youth must meet with their navigator once a week as a minimum
- Weekly unit checks must happen to ensure the youth is maintaining their unit and demonstrating the skills necessary to live independently
- Youth must participate in the research component of this project, including filling out surveys and engaging with a research coordinator to capture their story
An intake assessment will be completed after referral. Contact for information.