Our mission is to provide supportive, empowering, educational and culturally sensitive programming that promotes holistic wellness for Urban Aboriginal Youth.
The VNFC Youth Department provides a variety of programming and events to stimulate a positive, supportive, and creative environment for Aboriginal Youth.
Want your voice to be heard? Do you like planning activities and events? Youth Council could be for you! Talk to a youth council member today!
Thursday - 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM (ages 13 - 19)
Friday - 2:00 PM - 7:00 PM (ages 13 - 19)
Starting November 26, 2013 - drop-in hours will change to Tuesday and Wednesdays, from 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM.
DRUG AND ALCOHOL-FREE ENVIRONMENT
Sign up is required for special events and programs!
Please make sure to reserve your spot by contacting one of our staff!
For more information please contact:
VNFC Youth Department Staff @
Youth SupportDo you need help getting into school? Housing? Social Assistance? Finding a job? Do you need support going to appointments or for anything else? Do you have any questions? If you do please contact us.
Youth AddictionsDo you want information on how to make better choices in your life? Do you want to start looking at your alcohol and drug use? Questions? contact us.
Youth and Family CounsellorTo support students education, ages 13-19 (School District 61). To strengthen these youth’s relationships & connections with family and community. To promote healthy lifestyle choices for youth and their families. For more information please contact us.
Did You Know?
- Since 2002, the VNFC Youth Team has participated in Tribal Journeys! For information, please contact us directly!
- Summer programming offers a variety of outdoor education and fun activities, like beach days and trips to the PNE!
- We travel to youth conferences like Gathering Our Voices and the Traditional Foods Conference. If you know of any youth conferences coming up let us know!
* Rave Youth Centre Logo created by Jeanette Mercer
- Kim Rumley - Team Leader