WJS Canada offers a free employment program for individuals ages 15-30, focusing on youth who face employment barriers.
Building a sense of connection with clients is a vital part of providing strong services. Dorene demonstrates the impact connection can have.
Hear Pamela’s story of supporting a determined mother who successfully navigated challenges to get her kids back.
One aspect of Raman’s work is helping youth transition to adult housing services and finding places that are the right fit for their needs.
The ability to be flexible, creative, and thoughtful is what makes the organization’s services so strong. Marie practices this every day.
A crucial part of providing effective services for youth is well-trained staff who bring a clear and consistent approach to their work.
Colleen is the Manager of a youth resource program that is in place to help First Nations youth. She says consistency is key.