Our homelessness prevention program offers a range of services to youth at risk of homelessness. These services include:
Mentoring and Job readiness support
AofH works in partnership with other community organisations to match youth with the most suitable Mentor specific to populations, such as the immigrant and refugee community, the Indigenous community, and other vulnerable groups (e.g. LGBTQIA+ youth).
Mental Health Support
We offer mental health support to at-risk youth struggling with mental health issues, including access to counseling and therapy services.
The school-to-prison pipeline is a phenomenon where students, particularly those from marginalized communities, are pushed out of schools and into the criminal justice system. AofH aims to address this issue by providing support to at-risk youth and their families, as well as advocating for policy changes.
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Our Core Mantras
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