Youth Services – Youth Justice
The mandate of the Youth Services programs is to provide services to children and youth and their families who have been identified as having struggles with behavioral, social, emotional and/or mental health.
The Youth Justice Program works closely with youth to help them meet the conditions of their probation order and increase their ability to develop positive relationships with their family and community thereby lowering rates of recidivism. This program provides intensive supervision and individualized one-to-one support to youth involved or at risk of becoming involved in the youth justice system.
Services may take the form of transportation, curfew checks, job seeking, school support, mentorship, parent teen mediation, youth agreements and supervision of community service hours. Apart from probation officer referrals, youth can also be referred by social workers and clinicians from the White Rock MCFD offices for various reasons including; mentoring, positive role-modeling, and engagement in the community or school as well as for support with youth agreements. The Youth Justice program works with youth aged 12 to 18 years of age and provides several hours a week of support.
This program receives funding from the Ministry of Children and Family Development.
Hours of Operation
|Monday – Friday||9:00 am – 5:00 pm|