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CNH Youth Services
Peer 2 Peer Summer Programs
Wellness and social justice activities, workshops, 2SLGBTQ+ programming, walking tours, field trips, and picnics galore! Join us as we explore important topics, give back to our community, and have fun while we are at it!
TL;DR-Summer All Genders
Taking the theme of a "community livingroom" setting, we have developed a summer version of our All Genders Program called TL;DR (Tuesday, Livingroom; Drop-In, Relax)!
All Genders is a group created for gender diverse youth
(13-19) and their allies at Collingwood Neighbourhood House. Here youth can hang out, discuss important topics and support with meaningful 2SLGBTQ+ social justice projects in the Renfrew-Collingwood community! Come as you are, when you can.
Summer Fun at Norquay
This summer with support from the VSB, will be running the Summer Fun Program at Norquay Elementary School. The goal of Summer Fun at Norquay is to provide students with access to low-barrier and positive sport and recreational programming during their summer break.
This program will include a range of recreational and group learning activities intended to foster positive connections, support physical, social and mental wellbeing, develop interest and skills in sports and promote awareness of community resources.
Participants will take part in activities that involve: sport and movement, learning strategies to promote positive mental health, social and emotional learning, communication, team-work and leadership skills.
Program registration is currently closed, please contact Sanjeev Karwal, Director of Youth Services at 604-412-3844 or email@example.com for more information
Youth Centre Summer Programs
Drop in and take part in our wide range of of life, social, recreation, health and wellness, fine arts, and cooking skills programs!
Want more? Sign up on Thursdays for weekly field trips.
Thursdays Field Trips, hours vary
Note: Extra costs for some out-trips and events
*$10 Youth Centre Fee
Visit CNH or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Field Trip Form to be released soon
From music, to digital arts and design, to professional development, and recreational activities - Youth Settlement has a variety of activities for newcomer youth to enjoy.
Please note that the Youth Settlement Programs are operated by the Settlement Services Department. For more information please contact Karen Caguioa (KCaguioa@cnh.bc.ca) or Robert Moya (RMoya@cnh.bc.ca)
More information may also be found under their page on the CNH main site.
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