Caribbean African Canadian Social Services
We offer culturally sensitive programs to assist young men and women ages 16-24 to successfully transition from their involvement with the Justice System to a meaningful family and community life. We also offer support through everyday transitions and stresses.
Our current youth programs are:
- Youth Outreach Program (Y.O.W.)
- Ujima Youth Mentorship Program
- ‘Express yourself’ / Anger Management Program
- Individual counselling
During the past fiscal year these programs had over 18,000 youth contacts.
Provincial Youth Outreach
The YOW Program is a prevention and intervention program that supports high-risk youth to make healthy life choices.
The YOW Program focuses on at-risk and high-risk youth who live in an identified priority community and / or belong to a distinct priority population (e.g. Racialized, Indigenous, Somali, Roma, LGBTTQ2S).
These youth may experience increased barriers in accessing the opportunities that can help them to develop their capacity to make healthy life choices and achieve their goals.
Kujichaguilia Club (K-Club)
Kujichaguilia is a Swahili term that means self-determination. The K-Club assists young men and women ages 16-29 to successfully transition from involvement with the Justice System into meaningful family and community life.
995 Arrow Road, North York
Ontario, M9M 2Z5