Youth

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Youth Centre

YOUTH CENTRE (AGES 10 – 18)

Drop in to enjoy a variety of recreational, support and educational services. Activities include table tennis, foosball, video games, computer lab, gym games and sports, cooking classes, homework club and space just to hang out and relax.

Contact Sanjeev Karwal at 604-412-3844 or skarwal@cnh.bc.ca for details.

Fridays, 4 pm – 9 pm and Saturdays, 4 pm – 8 pm
Cost: Youth Centre Membership ($10 annual fee)

COMPUTER LAB (AGES 10 – 18)

Youth can use the computer lab for Internet access and word processing.

Fridays, 4 pm – 9 pm and Saturdays, 4 pm – 8 pm 
Cost: Youth Centre membership ($10 yearly fee)

DROP-IN BADMINTON (AGES 14 – 24)

Singles, doubles or just for fun. Open to all levels of play with 4 available courts.

Thursdays, 5 pm – 6:45 pm

Cost: $1.50 per drop-in

DROP-IN BASKETBALL (AGES 16+)

Half-court or full-court recreational level drop-in.

Fridays, 8:30 pm – 10 pm

Cost: $2.50 per drop-in

HOMEWORK CLUB (AGES 10 – 18)

Get help with your homework. Volunteers will help with difficult problems and strengthening concepts.

Fridays, 4 pm – 5:30 pm
Cost: Youth Centre Membership ($10 annual fee)

KIDS’ KITCHEN (AGES 10 – 18)

Learn to make healthy meals and develop your skills in the kitchen.

Fridays, 5 pm – 7 pm
Cost: Youth Centre Membership ($10 annual fee)

OPEN GYM (AGES 10 – 18)

Drop in to play basketball, volleyball or other sports. Activities and times may vary.

Fridays, 4 pm – 6 pm and 7:15 pm – 8:30 pm, Saturdays, 4 pm – 6 pm 
Cost: Youth Centre Membership ($10 annual fee)

Youth Services

Youth Information and Assistance

Need information, assistance or support?

Want to learn about the programs and volunteer opportunities available to you in this community?

Contact Youth Services Coordinator Sanjeev Karwal at 604-412-3844 or skarwal@cnh.bc.ca

Peer Education

PEER TO PEER Mentorship PROGRAM (AGES 11 – 18)

The Peer to Peer Mentorship program works in conjunction with Windermere Secondary School and its family of elementary schools. This is an afterschool peer preventative education program that works with youth on topics such as drug and alcohol misuse, bullying, homelessness, sexual exploitation, mental health and self-care. The program focuses on involving peers teaching peers about such issues and providing information and tools to help them make healthy life decisions. Youth will gain presentation and leadership skills as well as awareness of social issues.

For more information visit: cnhpeered.wordpress.com orhttps://www.facebook.com/CNHPeer2Peer/.

Contact Laura Contreras or Mariah Forsythe at 604-435-0323 ext. 277 for details.

Cost: Free

Indigenous

COLLINGWOOD INDIGENOUS YOUTH C.R.E.W. (AGES 12+)

The Renfrew-Collingwood Indigenous Youth C.R.E.W (Culture, Recreation, Education and Work) Club is a youth-led program that offers Indigenous youth opportunities to participate in positive, fun and traditional activities. The program offers healthy recreational and outdoor activities, canoeing and water safety skills, development of cultural knowledge and socializing positively with Indigenous youth and adult role models. Participants will learn new skills, have to opportunity to develop and practice leadership skills and get involved in the community.

For more information: contact Kate Smith at 604-435-0323 ext. 265 or vksmith@cnh.bc.ca.

Cost: Free