Child and Youth Support Worker Program (Phone-in Service)

Child and Youth Support Worker Program (Phone-in Service)

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The Child and Youth Support program helps to support children and youth in Saskatoon, as directed by the Ministry of Social Services. The program is driven by the commitment of workers to provide positive and stable relationships with children and youth. The workers, who range in age from eighteen through their senior years, work with children to build the young people’s social skills, increase recreational opportunities, and improve the quality of their peer interactions. Support workers take clients on outings around the city while also teaching valuable life skills.

Referrals to the program come through the Ministry of Social Services.

PLEASE NOTE:

As a precautionary measure to combat the COVID-19 Pandemic, our office will be closed to the public as from Friday, March 20, 2020. All groups have been postponed until further notice.

Our dedicated Outreach Team, Domestic Violence Court Caseworkers, and Counsellors are available for Phone Counselling only, please contact us directly at 306-244-0127.

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