The group care programs offer appropriate opportunities to enhance healthy development.
Connects, Passages and Summit provide a stable home environment where our clients live communally in Calgary homes. Our group care programs are designed to be just like any other home on the street in order to create a feeling of genuine community for the children and youth who live there. The programs utilize a strength-based approach to enable youth and children to address their difficulties in a safe and supportive environment.
An intensive group care program for children (6 to12 years old) who are involved with the child welfare system.
A six bedroom group care program that supports teens (13 to 17 years old), who are referred by Child and Family Services for a number of reasons including: family conflict, substance use, and mental health challenges.
A six-bed therapeutic group care program designed to support high-risk youth (13 to 17 years old) with addictions, history of trauma and neglect, justice involvement, multiple diagnosis and/or behavioral issues.