The Youth Justice program is for First Nation, Inuit and Métis youth between the ages of 12 – 17 who are in conflict with the law. We provide culturally-based supports and healing approaches as well as assist with any rehabilitation and reintegration needs on an individualized basis.
Types of Services
- Introduction and access to ceremonial and cultural activities and events
- Guidance and teachings with Elders and/or traditional people
- Support, advocacy, resources, and transportation assistance as needed to mainstream services
- Health and wellness support
Guidelines for Youth
- Must be First Nation, Inuit and/or Métis
- Must be between the ages of 12-17 at the time of the offense
- Must have been found guilty and are on probation, conditional supervision, community supervision or custody/detention and preparing for discharge
How to Access
Our supports and services are culturally-based to address the mental, spiritual, physical, and emotional needs of Indigenous youth living either on- or off-reserve. If you are an Indigenous youth and you would like to access our services, please let your probation officer know.
The Probation Officer and/or the facility where the youth is currently living are responsible for contacting us.