Sunrise House administers several programs to help youth overcome challenges and succeed.
The family support program offers services and referral to families in crisis and/or experiencing conflict. The family support worker assists youth and their families by providing guidance, mediation, problem-solving, emotional support, relationship building, and feedback. Safety concerns are assessed by the family support worker. The overall goal of the program is to decrease the risk of youth homelessness by assisting the family in the building of healthy coping skills, positive communication, and resistance to crisis so that the youth can safely return home. Follow-up is also provided to the family.
For more information on this new program or if you feel your family can benefit from it, call Gracie at 780-539-3287 (shelter) or 587-202-1772 (cell)
The Youth Navigator is an intensive outreach position that supports youth 15-24 with housing, referrals, and supports to navigate the youth and/or adult systems to help them transition to independence / adulthood. The navigator is able to attend meetings and/or appointments with the youth to help them advocate for their needs and access supports. The Navigator helps with life skills such as budgeting and groceries.
For more information on this new program or if you feel you could use some supports call Suzanne at 780-539-3287 (shelter) or 587-202-3598 (cell)
The Steps to Success Program provides access to life skills development and learning new skills to help increase coping skills making them more resistant to crisis. This program includes community presentations from agencies like Child & Youth Intervention Program (Crime Prevention), John Howard Society, HIV North Society, Suicide Prevention Resource Centre, St. Johns Ambulance (Pet Therapy Program) and many others. This program runs three nights/week.