- between 15 and 30 years old?
- First Nations, Metis, Inuit or self-identiﬁed?
- ﬁnding it difficult to navigate or access services in your community?
- out of school, unemployed or under employed?
- ready to gain conﬁdence and skills?
- interested in cultural opportunities and experiences?
- ready to take the next step?
NPAAMB’s Youth Navigation Service is here for you.
We advocate, support and guide First Nations, Metis, Inuit and self-identiﬁed urban Indigenous youth.
Stepping Stones to Success
Youth Navigation Service is an urban Indigenous youth centred, holistic, strength-based approach. This approach will improve the quality and responsiveness of services by offering cultural safety training to partners. As we work collaboratively with formal and informal resources our urban Indigenous youth facing multi-barriers will increase their sustainability and attachment to the labour force as they move forward in their employment and training goals.
The urban Indigenous youth will have increased conﬁdence, self-esteem, and leadership abilities. They will develop skills in order to navigate resources within their community based on their cultural values and practices ultimately resulting in educational paths and labour force attachment.
What is Youth Navigation Service?
A safe, flexible, confidential and respectful way to identify your school, training and employment opportunities and access or navigate services in your community.
As the expert you direct your own plan with the help of your Youth Navigator and circle of support.
Regain your confidence, have a voice and options to move forward with your career goals.
Make Change Happen!
Learn to navigate your community resources and services to get where you want to be!
Together we can create your stepping stones to success!
How to Register
Call and make an appointment with your local Youth Navigator to complete an intake.
- Walk-ins are welcome
- Free and conﬁdential service
Helping youth succeed every step of the way.
We will help you navigate:
- Training / School / Continuing Education
- Food Security
- Mental Health
- Law & Justice
- and More