To provide safe and short-term housing, basic necessities, supportive counselling and a referral service which will encourage youth between 16-19 years of age to return home, remain in school and rebuild their lives.
Foyer Notre Dame House is a fully bilingual program designed to assist homeless youth between the ages 16 to 19. Our goals are to assist each youth in achieving family reintegration, to undergo functional life skills training, to achieve vocational scholastic reintegration and to reach self-sufficiency and personal independence.
These goals are met by the young person's desire to change and their commitment to a comprehensive goal-oriented individualized program plan.
Youth needing shelter must be deemed homeless and/or be in a crisis situation requiring emergency shelter. Youth who meet the criteria for services may present themselves at the shelter. They may also be referred by community agencies, parents or friends.Top
To give a youth between 16 and 19 years of age the opportunity to graduate from high school in a structured and safe environment.
The transitional program will be able to accommodate four (4) youths. Each individual will have their own furnished bedroom and use of computers and some special privileges (ex. curfew). They will be integrated with all our residential programs and will have access to staff 24/7. The length of stay depends on how far along the youth is in their schooling.
To access the Transitional program the youth must be deemed homeless and/or in a crisis situation requiring emergency shelter. If they want to remain in school, an assessment process is started to evaluate their eligibility to be transferred to the transitional program. The youth must be between 16 to 19 years old to qualify.Top
To help alleviate absolute and relative homelessness in the City of Greater Sudbury.
The Community Outreach Program provides outreach services to men, women and youth who are homeless, or who are at risk of becoming homeless. The Outreach team is fully versatile and is comprised of men and women of Anglophone, Francophone and First Nations origins. Direct client services are provided which include referral to community resources, suicide intervention, immediate first aid, health support, and transportation to essential services such as emergency care, crisis prevention and intervention. Community Outreach also provides blankets, clothing and supplies to those in need.Top