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  1. Youth ProgramsProvided by: Immigrant and Refugee Services Association Prince Edward Island - AKA: IRSA; IRSAPEI; Formerly PEIANC; Formerly PEI Association for Newcomers to Canada; Immigrant & Refugee Services Association
    Provides school-aged programs for newcomer children and youth. Examples of programs offered include: Day camps Gender-specific life skills groups Future readiness workshops Teen camping experiences
  2. Youth sports programs aimed at teaching participants and their parents/guardians new techniques which will benefit the child throughout their life. The three programs are based on age and range from young kids receiving early instruction in basic motor skills ...
  3. Youth Engagement CentreProvided by: bgc Summerside - AKA: Boys and Girls Club of Summerside
    Drop-in centre facility where youth can participate in varied programs and use the: Gerard Gallant Young Leaders Technology Centre (computers, 3-D printers, high speed internet, smart board) Music studio lab Kitchen and dining room Conference room
  4. Youth 2SLGBTQ+ GroupProvided by: PEERS Alliance - AKA: PEERS; Prevent Educate Empower Respect Support; Formerly AIDS PEI
    Staff and volunteers lead group sessions for youth. Groups meet in Charlottetown, Summerside and Tignish and are open to all Island youth. Includes: Socializing Educational opportunities Discussions Fun activities Snacks are providedParents/caregivers are welc...
  5. Youth 2SLGBTQ+ GroupProvided by: PEERS Alliance - AKA: PEERS; Prevent Educate Empower Respect Support; Formerly AIDS PEI
    Staff and volunteers lead group sessions for youth. Groups meet in Charlottetown, Summerside and Tignish and are open to all Island youth. Includes: Socializing Educational opportunities Discussions Fun activities Snacks are providedParents/caregivers are welc...
  6. Youth 2SLGBTQ+ GroupProvided by: PEERS Alliance - AKA: PEERS; Prevent Educate Empower Respect Support; Formerly AIDS PEI
    Staff and volunteers lead group sessions for youth. Groups meet in Charlottetown, Summerside and Tignish and are open to all Island youth. Includes: Socializing Educational opportunities Discussions Fun activities Snacks are providedParents/caregivers are welc...
  7. YOUth Belong HereProvided by: bgc - AKA: Boys and Girls Club of Charlottetown; Boys and Girls Club of Montague
    Youth drop-in that offers a meal and a variety of activities to build essential life and social skills and give participants opportunities to connect to their community. Provides a safe, supportive, and inclusive environment.
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