Be Safe was created by a dedicated team of youth, mindyourmind, the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, and other partners in the Systems Improvement through Service Collaboratives initiative in London, Ontario and surrounding area to improve access to and coordination of mental health and addictions services for children, youth and families. Learn more about the development process in this article from EENet or this post on the CAMH website.
Be Safe is available in Brant, Chapleau, Chatham-Kent, Dryden, Durham, Greater Sudbury, Haldimand-Norfolk, Hamilton, Hastings-Prince Edwards, Lanark, Leeds and Grenville, London, Manitoulin Island, Nippissing Parry Sound District, Northumberland County, Ottawa, Sarnia Lambton, Saugeen First Nation, Simcoe Muskoka, Sioux Lookout, Thunder Bay and District, Toronto-North York, Waterloo Wellington and Windsor Essex County, as well as Ontario-wide. Many regions are also available in French and Arabic.
'ANGER AWARENESS & VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAMMING ...'
Supporting Youth in Northumberland County-Getting Anger on TRAC-RED RUN is a fundraising run to support this unique. 'Anger prevention and interpersonal problem solving and early intervention programming'.
Currently this program is searching for sustainable funding and the Run proceeds are being directly used to fund this program.
On-TRAC is a pro-active anger awareness and violence prevention group program where youth work to develop positive life skills to stay On-TRAC for a successful future! Through the On-TRAC program, youth can build anger awareness and interpersonal problem-solving skills by exploring such topics as interpersonal communication, healthy relationships, bullying: bully/victim and bystander, positive and negative stereotypes as well as triggers for anxiety and stress. The On-TRAC program is open to all youth ages 12 – 17 who are interested in developing life skills and gaining the confidence to make positive change their lives.
THE 2ND ANNUAL RED RUN was a terrific success. We will be posting the race results shortly so keep an eye on this space. Enjoy the pictures of the day!
Since 1997, Rebound has been offering a wide range of programs and supportive services to children, youth and their families in Northumberland County. Programs and services include free of charge tutoring, life skills and anger awareness, summer camps, girls’ self-esteem, youth outreach and engagement, and youth justice diversion.
Rebound also offers varied volunteer opportunities – our volunteers empower, energize and inspire!
Rebound is a charitable organization and every donation makes a difference to ensure we are able to continue to provide high quality programming to children and youth. Donations are gratefully accepted throughout the year and can be made payable to Rebound Child & Youth Services Inc. Charitable receipts are available.
Charitable Registration No.: 84619 5949 RR0001
RACE RESULTS....Congratulations to:
1 km race winner Emerson Booth-Doris 5:04
5 km race winner Cole Bond 17:30
10 km race winner Andrew Brown 42:33
A big THANK YOU for coming out last Sunday to participate in the 2nd Annual RED RUN which was held Presqu’ile Provincial Park in Brighton.
We really appreciate your amazing support, and we hope you thoroughly enjoyed running and/or walking in this beautiful location. The weather was mild, if a little wet at times, but that did not dampen the spirits of our energetic and supportive participants. Your participation and support helps to provide funding for the sustainability and growth of our On TRACProgram–Youth Transforming Relationships and Affecting Communities. This integrated program is provided by Rebound Child & Youth Services and Northumberland Community Counselling and offers programming in social skills groups and one on one counselling to build healthy relationships, anger awareness and violence prevention, as well as and interpersonal problem solving skills.
We are already starting our planning for next year, our 3rd annual RED RUN, Sunday October 15, 2017.
Thank you again for your support of the children and youth in Northumberland County.
ACOUSTIC (Traditional) GUITAR LESSONS: If you are between 13 & 18, here is your opportunity to learn how to play the traditional acoustic guitar. Bring your enthusiasm! the instruction, guitar and music book will be supplied. Spaces are limited, please call Rosemary at 905-372-0007 x 227 for an application.
FREE Electric Guitar lessons are back for this September:WHO: Youth ages 8-16. WHAT: 12 weeks of FREE guitar lessons. the day of lessons has yet to be determined but they will run from 4 to 5 pm. @ Rebound Child & Youth Services 700 D'Arcy Street Cobourg. Call Rosemary to register 905-372-0007 ext 227. This program is FREE but registration is required because space is limited to 5 participants. We are accepting applications for this program now.
Attention Musicians: Volunteers are needed to assists the Lead Guitar teacher with lessons: consider sharing you musical talents, guitar skills and love of music with our novice musicians.