With the current COVID-19 restrictions, programming in the Wellness Centre is on a limited basis.
Please contact us for information on specific programs or appointments.
The Centre of NYSA’s Programming
The new Wellness Centre is the foundation from which youth can take care of their physical, mental and emotional challenges. The Centre is a service provider as well as a referral service to other professional care providers like doctors, dentists, mental health professionals and others.
Clients are served through a variety of delivery channels like workshops, peer group meetings, one-on-one assistance and online media channels. The topics covered in the Centre’s service menu run the gamut from healthy babies to self-care to getting a driver’s license. Once the pandemic is over, many will run on a regularly scheduled basis and most will have no client cost associated with them.
Pick the Program
If you have an interest in a program that is not shown here, contact our office and let us know what you would like. We probably can provide it or direct you to another agency that offers a similar option.
Have a look at the selections below and contact us for schedules and availability of seats for each one.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Programs Are Offered?
Currently, due to COVID restrictions, very few programs are operating. However, we continue to run the RentSmart program with restricted class sizes. Contact us for more information.
How Much Does a Program Cost?
Most of the programs in the Wellness Centre are free. If there is a charge, it is just to recover the costs of materials and presenters. Each program will clearly spell out if there is a cost associated with it.
How Do I Register for a Program?
Watch this page for updated schedules and registration information or follow us on Facebook and Instagram to see when new programs are scheduled to run.
Check Out Our Programs
The vision for the Supporting Young Parents and Families program is to provide support to young parents (between the ages of 15 and 29) navigate pregnancy, birth, and post partum. Our goal for the program is to increase knowledge, reduce risks and strengthen young...
Earning a driver’s license can provide aspiring youth and people of all ages with a boost to their self-esteem while also helping them acquire more meaningful employment. In the context of the current pandemic, there is a significant increase in the number of driving...
Since 2009, BC's RentSmart Program has provided education and support to tenants, landlords and community members with one goal: successful tenancies. Successful tenancies are key to building strong communities, increasing housing stability and preventing...
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