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Wiingashn Youth Mentoring Program at Kids with Incarcerated Parents (KIP) Canada
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To address the systemic overrepresentation of Indigenous families impacted by the justice system, Wiingashn Youth Mentoring Program provides traditional teachings and cultural opportunities as well as individualized support and mentorship for Indigenous youth (7-24 years old) with family members who have been involved with the justice system. With the support of our facilitator and Indigenous Support Worker, Robin Rice, our weekly youth-centred program aims to work collaboratively to help heal intergenerational trauma, foster resilience, and strengthen cultural connections and positive identities with our youth. To complement our in-person support, Robin also provides individual virtual support to Indigenous youth across Canada. 

 

To learn more or to register please contact, Robin Rice at pitchi.wiingashn@gmail.com.

Wiingashn Youth Mentoring Program at Kids with Incarcerated Parents (KIP) Canada
Wiingashn Youth Mentoring Program at Kids with Incarcerated Parents (KIP) Canada
Wiingashn Youth Mentoring Program at Kids with Incarcerated Parents (KIP) Canada
Wiingashn Youth Mentoring Program at Kids with Incarcerated Parents (KIP) Canada
Wiingashn Youth Mentoring Program at Kids with Incarcerated Parents (KIP) Canada