Welcome to the first issue of SNAP Youth Justice Quarterly.
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Youth Voices - The SNAP Youth Consultant

One former SNAP Youth Justice Participant is getting his first work experience in a safe environment here at CDI. Click here to read more.

In Progress - Indigenous Cultural Safety

Two dancers – both youth mentors from the OPP-affiliated Niigan Mosewak camp – perform at a community feast to kick off a weekend of training and program development. Click here to read more.

Site Profile - Roy McMurtry Youth Centre

Roy McMurtry Youth Centre’s Program Manager Karen Majury describes the successes her staff have achieved since becoming “masters of the material” used in SNAP YJ programming. Photo courtesy of Kleinfeldt Mychajlowycz Architects Inc. Click here to read more.

Field Notes - The SNAP YJ Team Spreads the Word

The SNAP YJ Team has been busy: from North Bay, Ontario, to Savannah, Georgia, we have been spreading the word about all the good work you’re doing! Click here to read more and see the rest of the team.
Would you like to share a success at your site that you think others should know about? Do you have a story idea about the SNAP YJ program that everyone should read? Whether about staff or youth, we want to hear them!

As the people delivering our program, we want to include your voices and share the great work you’re doing. Please contact us and we’ll be happy to write the story on your behalf, or help you to write it up yourself to share with our provincial network of justice staff and professionals.
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