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Download the newsletter pdf for updates on the Youth Hub and upcoming opportunities.
Starting July 12th, Point in Time will be hosting a series of workshops for youth, aged 12-18.
This will be a series of 4 workshops, with varied activities.
There is no cost to attend, and transportation is available.
View our events calendar for specific details on each workshop.
To register, or for more information, please call Amanda Rowden at 705-457-2941 ext 2932. Or, email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Download the poster here.
Starting July 13th, Visible Voices Open Arts Studio will be hosting the Summer 2018 Self Care Drop-in for youth, aged 11-18.
This series will run once/week for 4 weeks, with varied activities.
There is no cost to attend, snacks are included, and transportation is available. There are limited spaces, so book ASAP.
To book your spot, or for more information, call Kelsey at 705-457-5345 ext 312. Or, email to email@example.com
Download the poster here.
“Hurting to Hope”, a continued conversation on supporting youth in wellness, will be held at the HHSS – middle gym, on November 29th from 6-9 pm.
Dr. Ian Manion, expert in youth mental health from The Royal – Institute of Mental Health Research will be speaking about healing and promoting wellness in a community experiencing crisis.
Community and audience questions will be answered by Dr.Manion as well as a panel featuring local leaders of community services. Local support services will also be present to provide information and answer questions about available services available in Haliburton County.
Light refreshments will be provided.
For more information contact Lindsay at 705-457-5345 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Download this fact sheet which contains important information for identifying risk and warning signs for suicide.
The Integra Young Warrior Program is a 20 week program that is designed for youth age 9-12. This program is based on the integration of AIKIDO, “ The peaceful Martial Art”. The program is designed to help youth learn the skills necessary to self-regulate, focus their minds, manage their emotions, become aware of their bodies and to form and maintain healthy relationships.
Three staff from Point in Time including Cheryl Smith, Amanda Wells and Melanie Jones became certified as Young Warrior Senseis and partnered with TLDSB and Integra to offer a program at Archie Stouffer Elementary School during the 2017 – 2018 school year. We are hoping to continue offering this program annually.