Network 4 Change

Welcome to Network 4 Change! Call us: (204) 268-2506 and send e-mail: info@network4change.ca

COVID-19

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.

Youth

Road 2 Success

A client-centred program designed to assist youth and young adults in overcoming barriers and challenges through a holistic and comprehensive approach to care.

Through the coordination of integrated services, Network 4 Change staff assist participants age 16-29 in overcoming their personal and environmental challenges, allowing for the opportunity to experience success in reaching personal goals.

As a program participant, you have to opportunity to:

  • experience success
  • build self esteem and confidence
  • life, employment, and social skill enhancement
  • positive community connection
  • cooperative self management
  • team building experience
  • supportive guidance

Program participants are able to engage in a number of different workshops:

  • Pre-Employment Skills Development
  • Independent Living Skills
  • Personal Wellness
  • Tutor Supports in Preparing to Write the Beginners Exam
  • Connecting You to Community (Positive Community Service Projects)

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.

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