Network 4 Change

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Health and safety is of the highest priority to us here at Network 4 Change. We have been monitoring the situation with COVID-19 carefully and have made the decision to close our office to the public. Staff remains available to contact through email and telephone. We will post updates/changes on our social media accounts. Thank you for your understanding during this confusing time. Stay safe.

Adult Programs


Road 2 Success

The Road 2 Success Program is designed to assist youth and adults who are looking to enter/return to the workforce.

Eligible participants are people who are age 16 or older, unemployed, and/or not attending/succeeding in school.

The Program Coordinator can help with:

  • Resumes & Cover Letters
  • Job Search
  • Job Interview Preparation
  • Applications for school/training
  • Filling out forms (Birth Certificates, Social Insurance Number, Legal Aide,  etc)
  • 1-1 Support/Employment coaching
  • Receive a weekly ‘Top Job Posting’ email
  • Referrals to outside agencies

Contact the Network 4 Change office to register for the Road 2 Success Program.


Making Connections

Students between the ages of 13-21 are directly referred by School Division student services teams and administration. Making Connections is designed as a transitional program as students prepare to leave the school setting, anticipating entering into the adult services day program after 21 years of age. This program provides alternative academic/life skills programming using close community-school-home partnerships as well as an individualized alternative setting for individual education plan (IEP) accomplishment. Students of Making Connections Program benefit from a small facility with small staff-to-student ratio. Making Connections participants are able to work on their academic material as well as establish a stronger base of life/independent living skills and pre-employment skill development.

Each participant has a complete plan of care developed and focused on short and long term goals.

At age 21, students graduate from the program and have the option to continue with their day-to-day program by entering into the Network 4 Change Healthy Independence Program.

Healthy Independence Day Program

The Healthy Independence Program supports adults with intellectual disabilities as they transition out of school-based day programming and into adult services day programming and/or into semi-independent living.

We work with participants to develop their skills in finance, housing, and activities of daily living. We help them access community resources, medical attention, and support them as they venture into the volunteer and/or work force within their community.

Program participants have access to 24 hour on-call crisis support and solution-based problem solving.

Healthy Independence Supported Independent Living Program

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