Congratulations YouthLink’s  100th anniversary 2014

Positive Parents Support Group starts April 15

Parents of teenagers aged 12 to 21 are invited to join Youthlink's Positive Parents Support Group. This free support group meets every Tuesday evening from April 15 to June17 and covers topics including how to use assertive discipline, taking care of yourself first, and having realistic expectations.  Read more >

Please welcome Michael Tross to YouthLink

"I am so pleased to announce that Michael Tross has accepted the position of Director, Residential and Counselling Programs at YouthLink," announced Janice Hayes, Executive Director of YouthLink. Michael will start his position on December 2.

Michael is currently the Director of Quality Assurance, Quality Improvement and Standards with the Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa. The Youth Services Bureau is an agency of 300 staff serving youth to age 24 and their families.  Read more >

YouthLink nominated for Community Service Award

 YouthLink has been nominated for the Toronto Board of Trade Community Service Award. "We are extremely proud of our staff and volunteers," said Janice Hayes, Youthlink's director. "Our focus has always been on helping vulnerable at-risk youth in Scarborough and being honoured with this nomination”. The Toronto Board of Trade Community Service Award will be awarded on November 21 at their gala event.  Read more >

Co-operative Housing a Passport to Success

They may come from different backgrounds and circumstances but youth come into YouthLink’s Co-operative Housing Program with a desire to become independent young people. Youthlink’s program began in 1973 and now has four houses in the Greater Toronto Area. Funded in part by AVIVA’s Street to School (S2S) initiative, this program provides housing support to help marginalized youth, aged 16 – 21, transform their lives.  Read more >

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