Helpful Resources

Fernie Youth Services has compiled a list of resources that we believe are helpful to youth and guardians who are struggling with Youth Justice issues. Do you have a resource that you feel would be a great addition to our list? Contact us to let us know. We gladly welcome suggestions.

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COMMUNITY Resources

Youth Justice Outcomes Framework

Youth justice programs are committed to improving outcomes for all youth who come into contact with the law. In 2014, the ministry set new system-wide goals that build on our continued efforts to reduce re-offending. This initiative will inspire success and aid in measuring our impact on the youth we serve.

PROFESSIONAL Resources

Kinark Child and Family Services (Halton & Durham Regions)

MISSION: Helping children and youth with complex needs achieve better life outcomes.

Kinark Child and Family Services provides intensive treatment and support to youth in conflict with the law who have serious mental health issues. In addition to the operation of the Syl Apps Youth Treatment Centre, Kinark runs intensive programs that treat youth at home and in the community. Prevention programs for children and youth in conflict with the law who are at risk of becoming serious offenders are offered in various program areas

Morton Youth Services (Barrie)

Morton House / Morton Youth Services offers a non-voluntary and a voluntary structured group residential program, including an in house school for children * addresses child behaviour problems (aggression, constant running, placement breakdowns, suicidal tendencies and requirement for assessment/placement) * offers stabilization of behaviour through a self management concept as well as assistance in obtaining assessment, observation and reporting of behaviour.

Northern Youth Services (Sudbury, Sault Ste. Marie)

The primary goal of Northern Youth Services (NYS) is to deliver services to young persons in conflict with the law who require detention, custody or who are involved in a community support team while residing in the community.

NYS strives to create an environment that is as least intrusive as possible and that encourages success with services that are non-discriminatory, in an environment that takes into account ethno-cultural, racial, linguistic and ancestral diversity.  It is the belief of the agency that the attainment of this goal is best achieved by creating programs that are rehabilitative, and relevant to the individual needs of young persons without compromise to society’s right of protection from criminal behaviour

Provides custodial and non-custodial services for young offenders.

Associated Youth Services of Peel

CMHA Sudbury/Manitoulin

The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Sudbury/Manitoulin branch was established in 1984 and is a not-for-profit organization with a volunteer board of directors.

The branch is mandated to provide services to individuals with mental health issues or a diagnosis of a mental illness (though it is not required) within the Sudbury and Manitoulin districts. Our mission is to provide services that promote recovery for all and mental health education. We believe in helping people regain a meaningful role in their community.

North Eastern Ontario FACS

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