Programs

 
 

We serve the community

From single mothers, current residents, newcomers, and job seekers, to families of all backgrounds, YWCA Prince Albert continues to provide vital programs and services that help many people in our community build better lives and achieve economic independence.

For more than a century, the YWCA Prince Albert has led the way with innovative programs and services to meet the changing needs of our community. Though the names of our programs may change over time, our commitment to you remains constant.

 
 
 

Our Central Avenue location offers shelter and transitional housing for women, children and youth.

 
 
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Our House offers adult shelter for women and men including crisis shelter, transitional shelter and cold weather shelter.

 
 
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Homeward Bound is a housing first initiative that helps break the cycle of poverty by creating a stable environment and providing support and counselling to transition into independence. Kindred Spirit helps mothers regain or keep their children from separation.

 
 
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Our Youth Homes provide transitional housing for youth aged twelve to fifteen (Terrance Place) and those aged sixteen to twenty-one (Harmony Home). Advocacy, life skills building, resume assistance, job searches, and education are all individualized to help each young adult achieve overall success and well-being.

 
 
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Rendalyn Home offers a safe and supportive home environment for expectant mothers and young mothers and their children. Mothers receive individualized support that empower them to become successful women and mothers while providing a nurturing environment for their children.

 
 
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Settlement Services houses programs and services that settle refugees arriving in Prince Albert. Among the services provided are language classes, employment assistance workshops, and cultural integration information.

 
 
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Our Community Connection Centre (formerly called Regional Newcomer Centre) offers a variety of free-of-charge services and programs for new and current residents of Prince Albert including programs focused on new immigrants, Indigenous people and individuals from rural and remote communities to assist them in settling in their new community.

 
 
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