Youth (12-18 years)

The WOCRC has a dynamic and vibrant range of services to benefit youth ages 12-18 and their families.

From youth groups and workshops to counselling, clinics and presentations, we offer exciting opportunities for youth to connect with their friends, access support, learn new skills, build confidence, make lasting friendships and contribute positively to life in our community through volunteerism.

Please check out details of the WOCRC’s services for youth and their families below. You can also call our Youth Community Developer at 613-591-3686 for registration and more information.

The Library section at www.ementalhealth.ca features a vast array of informative and useful fact sheets about issues affecting today’s youth.

Do you have a great idea for a project but need some help bringing it to life? Are you looking to get in touch with other youth leading change in your city? Are you looking for money to start a community project? Our youth community developer might be able to help!

The WOCRC has a Youth Community Developer who engages and empowers youth, and advocates for their needs. The youth community developer also works with schools, community members, groups and organizations to identify needs or issues involving youth and to help provide services in Goulbourn, Kanata and West Carleton.

The ZONE is a unique space just for youth aged 12-18 to meet new people and try new activities. Youth and their families can get connected to community resources and services. Facilitated programs on Mondays from 5-9 p.m.
The Richmond Youth Centre is unique program for youth in the community of Richmond, where youth can meet new people and try new activities. Youth and their families can get connected to community resources and services.

Our Child and Youth staff team will work with other organizations, community groups, and individual community members, including parents and youth, to provide services and education on issues that affect today’s young people. 

Social group for LGBTQ+* youth, 12-18 years old Safe(r) space Hangout and meet new people Access resources and gain support from staff Youth and their families can get connected to community resources and services Inclusion, belonging, respect

Programs & Services

  • Youth (12-18 years)

Our Child and Youth staff team will work with other organizations, community groups, and individual community members, including parents and youth, to provide services and education on issues that affect today’s young people. 

  • Youth (12-18 years)
Social group for LGBTQ+* youth, 12-18 years old Safe(r) space Hangout and meet new people Access resources and gain support from staff Youth and their families can get connected to community resources and services Inclusion, belonging, respect
  • Children (6-12 years)
  • Youth (12-18 years)
The Richmond Youth Centre is unique program for youth in the community of Richmond, where youth can meet new people and try new activities. Youth and their families can get connected to community resources and services.
  • Children (6-12 years)
  • Youth (12-18 years)
The Richmond Youth Centre is unique program for youth in the community of Richmond, where youth can meet new people and try new activities. Youth and their families can get connected to community resources and services.
  • Youth (12-18 years)
The ZONE is a unique space just for youth aged 12-18 to meet new people and try new activities. Youth and their families can get connected to community resources and services. Facilitated programs on Mondays from 5-9 p.m.
  • Youth (12-18 years)

Do you have a great idea for a project but need some help bringing it to life? Are you looking to get in touch with other youth leading change in your city? Are you looking for money to start a community project? Our youth community developer might be able to help!

The WOCRC has a Youth Community Developer who engages and empowers youth, and advocates for their needs. The youth community developer also works with schools, community members, groups and organizations to identify needs or issues involving youth and to help provide services in Goulbourn, Kanata and West Carleton.

  • Youth (12-18 years)

The Library section at www.ementalhealth.ca features a vast array of informative and useful fact sheets about issues affecting today’s youth.