Our homes provide quality care that is designed to meet individual needs and strengths. We aim for full community integration, and diversity underpins our organization's approach.
Program Manager: Lisa Vautour
Supervisor Transitional Housing: Kathy Bettle
In collaboration with Community Partners, Beacon Cove Provides a safe environment for youth ages 16-19 who are approaching or experiencing homelessness. We offer a safe, supportive space that is free of judgement. We guide youth in making positive decisions, using a harm reduction and Trauma-Informed Care approach. Beacon Cove provides a housing first, low-barrier model of care, striving to offer safety and support while maintaining the dignity and privacy of the youth we serve.
Program Manager: Joanne Jones 635-4934
A 5 bedroom unit that offers a home-like environment for children under 12 years of age. Regular programming is based on the children's individual needs, with a focus on building positive relationships both in the home and in the community. The programming at Phillips House helps our children learn skills that they need to help themselves move forward and build healthy relationships in the future.
Program Manager: Allison McKenna 642-5181
A safe, stable environment for vulnerable youth aged 13-18 years. Our youth build strong relationships and acquire the life skills, independence and self-regulation they need to move forward in life happily and healthily. Community integration is a large exploration of this program, the youth involved are active members of the community and neighbourhood.
Program Manager: Joel Seale 672-5480
A four-bedroom residential youth home that offers support and acceptance to its youths. Team members strive to provide a caring environment which encourages the youth to develop at their own pace, working on life skills, personal development, and community engagement.
Program Manager: Meaghan Melanson 693-0650
Emergency care is a four bedroom home designed to help transition youth to a placement better suited to their individual needs. Designed as a safe place to land, youth up to 18 years old may be admitted to the unit. ECU is a short term placement where the Program Manager and staff work closely with the Department of Social Development to provide a safe, secure and comfortable environment for youth in crisis.
Program Manager: Meaghan Melanson 693-0367
Emergency care is a four bedroom home designed to help transition children to a placement better suited to their individual needs. Children up to 12 years old may be admitted to the unit. ECU is a short term placement where the Program Manager and staff work closely with the Department of Social Development to provide a safe, secure and comfortable environment for children in crisis.
Program Manager: Sean Chisholm 486-7778
This specialized unit is a two bedroom program that concentrates on creating a Trauma-Informed environment to help youth overcome barriers that prevent them from having a full, enriched life.
Program Manager: Ashley Lord 467-2021
Our newest addition, is a specialized independent living program to assist older youth with FASD in the transition of care when they reach adulthood. This program focuses on real world skills of maintaining a household as well as being actively involved in employment and education.
Program Manager: Mary Greer 214-1033
A specialized FASD unit designed to meet the exceptional needs of one youth. Collectively, we use praise, compassion, kindness, band aids, hugs, tuck ins, story time and active listening. We help our client develop and achieve their goals by providing a safe supportive environment that meets the youth's needs.
Program Manager: Naomi Leslie 214-1444
Horsler House is a specialized, two-bedroom unit that opened in January of 2020 to serve the long-term needs of two youth. The supportive, 24/7 staff have been trained extensively by the FASD Centre of Excellence and follow a trauma-informed approach.
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