Pathways for Children, Youth and Families of York Region, Inc
Family Resource Centre, Home Base Drop-in Centre/ Base 4Success, Youth Residential
|Areas Served||Markham ; York Region|
|Address & Map|
80F Centurian Dr, Suite 206
Markham, ON L3R 8C1
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|Address Notes||Administrative Offices|
|Major Intersection||Woodbine and Highway 7|
|Description||A non-profit, multi-service, charitable organization and a member of the United Way of York Region. Provide a variety of programs to service children, youth and families. Services include: |
FAMILY RESOURCE CENTRES: For parents, grandparents, nannies and caregivers with preschool children from birth to five years of age. Provide activities, workshops, support groups, organized outings and information and referral to other community services. Seven days per weeks at various times and locations. Fees for some programs. For program information call 905-471-1620. Some volunteer opportunities available. Vulnerable Sector Screening is required
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YOUTH RESIDENCES for youth 16-19 years of age who are in need of housing. Phone 905-471-7877. Two locations in Markham
HOME BASE DROP IN CENTRE: A drop in centre located at 10944 Yonge Street in Richmond Hill servicing youth 13-24 years. A safe place where homeless youth can come for a hot meal and take part in opportunities for counselling, employment skills, and reconnecting with their families and/or society. Volunteers must be at least 19 years of age and eligible for a Vulnerable Sector Screening. Please call 905-884-3070 for more information.
SUPPORTIVE TRANSITIONAL APARTMENTS FOR YOUTH (STAY PROGRAM): Two apartments in Markham offer a supportive affordable housing solution for 7 youth (4 female, 3 male) aged 18-24 who are transitioning to independent living.
INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY COUNSELLING: At Pathways, youth have access to our professional counsellor, who provides counselling in a non-threatening, supportive, client-focused format where access to assessment and supports/resources are made available. The counselling focuses on: personal and social development; behavioural change; cultural demands and expectations; and reintegration of youth with their families or transitioning to independent living.
HOUSING ASSISTANCE: Pathways also provides a Housing Support Worker to youth aged 16-26 throughout York Region. This service is designed to assist clients in transitioning from one location to another, conducting housing searches, assisting with government applications, providing community referrals and information on shelters and other similar programs, as well as conducting the intake process to our Residential Program.
|Hours||Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm|
|Accessibility||Some sites are accessible|
|Eligibility||Ages: 19 year(s) and up |
Infants, Toddlers, Children, Youth
|Funding||Regional / Municipal ; Provincial ; United Way|
|Subjects||Child care ; Children ; Drop-in centres ; Homeless youth ; Nonprofit organizations ; Parent and child programs ; Parenting support ; Youth|
|Primary Contact||Tahlia Holm, Executive Assistant, Pathways for Children, Youth and Families of York Region Inc.; Phone: 905-471-7877 ext 328; Fax: 905-471-7949; Email: email@example.com|
|Primary Executive||Michael Braithwaite, Executive Director, Pathways for Children, Youth and Families of York Region, Inc.; Phone: 905-471-7877 ext 308; Fax: 905-471-7949; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Volunteer Coordinator||Tahlia Holm, Executive Assistant, Pathways for Children, Youth and Families of York Region; Phone: 905-471-7877 ext. 328; Fax: 905-471-7949; Email: email@example.com|