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Ksisskstaki Ikamotaan: Outreach and advocacy support for Indigenous youth aged 12-24 who are displaying criminal behaviors or are currently criminally involved. Youth are provided one to one case management support to support youth in self-identified goals for all areas of life including support with cultural connection

Immigrant Youth Crime Prevention Program: Outreach and advocacy support for immigrant, newcomer, or refugee youth aged 12-24 who are displaying criminal behaviors or are currently criminally involved. Youth are provided one to one case management support to support youth in self-identified goals for all areas of life.

BIPOC Youth Crime Prevention Program: Outreach and advocacy support for youth who are currently incarcerated or exiting incarceration aged 12-24 who are displaying criminal behaviors or are currently criminally involved. Youth are provided one to one case management support to support youth in self-identified goals for all areas of life along with supporting in safe, supportive reintegration into the community through case management and restorative processes.

Indigenous Mentoring Group: Weekly groups that connect youth aged 12-24 with the Indigenous cultural. Groups facilitated incorporate cultural and recreational activities while offer social connection with peers, volunteer mentors, elders, and staff.

Preventing Crime Through Youth Advocacy and Support: Outreach and advocacy support for any youth aged 12-24 who are displaying criminal behaviors or are currently criminally involved. Youth are provided one to one case management support to support youth in self-identified goals for all areas of life.

New Ties (NewT): Outreach and advocacy support for youth who are seeking safe exit from gang activity or at risk of entering gangs aged 12-24 who are displaying criminal behaviors or are currently criminally involved. Youth are provided one to one case management support to support youth in self-identified goals for all areas of life along with supporting in safely exiting gangs through intensive case management and wrap around support.

Restorative Solutions to Conflict: Restorative processes for youth (12+) and adults who are seeking opportunities to reflect upon their criminal behaviors, understand harm caused, accept responsibility, and explore ways of making amends. Restorative processes can be conducted through individual crime impact sessions along with Victim/Offender dialogues. Restorative processes for youth who are facing suspension or expulsion can also be completed.