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Service Description

Supportive residential program designed for Indigenous male youth (16 – 24 years of age) who have a desire to develop the necessary life skills to live life free from gangs, addictions and the criminal justice system.

Program engages participants in cultural connections and allows them to participate in a variety of work skills training and educational programs, including a land-based learning that allows participants to spend significant time in nature across the Province. Participants are able to stay in the program for a period of nine to sixteen months.


Indigenous male youth (16 - 24 years of age) who have been involved with gangs, addiction and/or the criminal justice system.

Application Process

Contact for information.

Fax: 306-922-0121

Business Line: 306-922-0007

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Coverage Area

Prince Albert

Languages Offered


Prince Albert Office


77A 11th Street West
Prince Albert SK  S6V 3A8

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Location Info

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Closed on statutory holidays

Institutional Support Line: 1-888-540-7093

Fax: 306-922-0121

Business Line: 306-922-0007



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