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Outreach Workers Helping More At-Risk Youth Succeed

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Outreach Workers Helping More At-Risk Youth Succeed

Ontario is providing more support for at-risk youth through the expansion of the Youth Outreach Worker program. Thirty-five additional youth outreach workers are helping more youth stay on track and connected to the right supports and services in their communities, bringing the total number of workers to 97 across the province.

Ontario is partnering with the following agencies to deliver the additional youth outreach worker services.

AgencyRegion# of New YOWS (FTEs)
Anishnawbe Health TorontoToronto2
Delisle Youth Services1
East Metro Youth Services2
East Scarborough Boys & Girls Club1
Flemington Neighbourhood Services1
For Youth Initiative in Toronto1
Griffin Centre Mental Health2
Hong Fook Mental Health Association1
Midaynta Community Services2
Native Child & Family Services Toronto2
Rexdale Community Health Centre1
Roma Community Centre1
Scarborough Centre for Healthy Communities1
Taibu Community Health Centre1
Yorktown Child and Family Centre1
YMCA of Greater TorontoPeel2
African Canadian Legal Clinic1
Malton Neighbourhood Services1
Fernie House0.5
Pathways for Children, Youth & Families of York Region Inc.York4
The Salvation Army Youth Shelter0.5
Boys & Girls Club of DurhamDurham1
Wesley Urban Ministries IncHamilton1
London Inter-community Health CentreLondon1
Boys & Girls Club of OttawaOttawa1
Dilico Anishinabek Family CareThunder Bay1
New BeginningsWindsor1

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