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|Record #||Organization Name(s)||Address||Office Phone||Description||Hours||My List|
|CDR0081||Associated Youth Services of Peel||160 Traders Blvd E, Ste 100
Mississauga, ON L4Z 3K7
|Associated Youth Services of Peel (AYSP) is a charitable organization which strengthens the abilities of adults, children, youth and their families who are, or are at risk of, experiencing serious social, emotional or behavioural difficulties. Staff and volunteers provide support, education, counseling or therapy in the home, at school or in the community.
AYSP initially contracted with the Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Services to provide a Phase I Young Offender Community Service Order (CSO) Program and a Volunteer Program in Peel. AYSP now provides programming for adults, children, youth and their families in partnership with other service providers in the areas of child welfare, children's mental health, education and justice to provide well-coordinated services to the community.
Programs & services offered include:
COMMUNITY-BASED OUTREACH PROGRAMS
Working Together with Families, 0-6 Program
Challenges: Child Management Program
Family Connections Program
Multi-systemic Therapy (MST) Program
Reaching Adolescents in Need (R.A.I.N.)
The Adolescent Team Program
Youth Beyond Barriers Program
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) Program
Section 23 Classrooms
Reaching Adolescents in Need (R.A.I.N).
Parent Adolescent Counselling Program (PAC-P)
Youth Justice Committee (YJC)
Extrajudicial Sanctions Program (EJS - formerly the Alternative Measures Program)
Enhanced Extrajudicial Sanctions Program
Extrajudicial Measures Program
Community Service Order Program (CSO)
The Attendance Centre
Youth Mental Health Court Worker
AYSP's Volunteer Program works to support all services offered at AYSP. A volunteer brochure is available for those interested in more detail on these services.
|*Mon-Thur 9 am-5 pm
*Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
*Some evening & weekend groups available
|CDR0157||Kinark Child and Family Services, Syl Apps Youth Centre||475 Iroquois Shore Rd
Oakville, ON L6H 1M3
|905-844-4110||Syl Apps Youth Centre is a 50-bed, co-ed, residential facility for Ontario youth requiring secure treatment, Ontario youth with significant mental health issues who require secure custody/detention and youth wiht Ontario Review Board orders.
SAYC has five residential units or 'cottages' in service currently. The units are staffed by youth workers and a unit supervisor. Youth receive treatment from a clinical staff team of social workers, psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, art and recreation therapists. Youth also access supports from consulting clinicians as well as recreation, chaplaincy and native services. The Halton Board of Education operates an on-site high school for the youth residents in partnership wiht SAYC.
SECURE TREATMENT (under the Child & Family Services Act - CFSA)
Provides secure treatment to youth who are at significant risk to themselves or others. The Secure Treatment program is a provincial resource and as such, youth are admitted through Family Courts from all regions of the province.
SECURE DETENTION AND CUSTODY (under the Youth Criminal Justice Act - YCJA)
Provides secure custody and detention for youth identified with significant mental healht issues. The program is a provincial resource and referrals to the program come through the Youth Justice Services Placement Co-ordination Unit only. It is not possible to sentence or refer directly to the program from Youth Court.
At Syl Apps and throughout Kinark, treatment and rehabilitation interventions are based on the individual strengths and needs of each youth and whenever possible, are done in partnership with families or guardians. Dialectical Behavioural Therapy is in place across the milieu.
To be accepted as a volunteer one must:
Participate in a personal interview to determine mutual compatibility with volunteer role requirements;
Pass a criminal reference check including the vulnerable person sector screening; A driving record check may also be requested if applicable;
Provide a medical certificate completed by a registered physician (Kinark will assist with the cost of the above);
Provide at least two personal references, one of which must be professional, and work, or course of study related, and the other two, personal character;
Be prepared to engage in all training sessions and activities;
Sign and adhere to a confidentiality agreement;
Available for a minimum commitment of two hours per week, for six months.
Syl Apps is licensed by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services and is accredited by Children's Mental Health Ontario (CMHO).
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