West Island Community Resource Center
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Youth Zone: A secure and safe environment for youth 12- 17 years old to hang out or participate in activities.
PlusOne Mentoring: YMCA Plusone Mentoring is a program for youth ages 10 to 17 who are experiencing challenges in their social and academic lives to participate in activities of their choice in the community with a trusted mentor.
Diversion: A social group for youth ages 12-17 with high functioning special needs.
Succession: A social group for young adults ages 18- 25 and young adults ages 25-35 with high functioning special needs.
Toxico: Addiction prevention in secondary schools and support for young people who live with an addiction, all in a perspective of school perseverance.
Équijustice Montréal (Ouest de l’Île): A restorative justice service that works with adult and youth offenders and supports victims. A mediation service to the community is also offered.
Alternative Suspension: Resources at the disposal of high schools, which offer support for students who, for various reasons, are temporarily suspended from school or need preventative aid.
Community Mediation: A volunteer-driven initiative that accompanies and supports those experiencing conflict. Respectful exchanges are organized between people with the goal of restoring social harmony through constructive communication.
60+ Club: Activities that encourage seniors to keep active, maintain social contact and make their daily lives more pleasurable.
Pivot: For youth in alternative academic settings, aiming to build positive bonds between them and their community by fostering positive social integration, providing access to community-based programs and services and expanding the youth’s network of support.