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private:urbannativeyouthassociation-2 1510762 Jun 4th, 2019 12:00AM Urban Native Youth Association 1.3K 64.00 Open Individual & Family Services Jun 4th, 2019 03:17AM Jun 4th, 2019 03:17AM UNYA was founded in 1988 to address Indigenous youth issues at a time growing numbers of young people began leaving reserves for the city. Today, 60% of Indigenous people live in cities, and youth make up approximately 60% of the overall Indigenous population. Many youth continue to arrive in Vancouver with few job skills, minimal training or education, and not knowing where to go for help. The need for Indigenous youth services in Vancouver has never been greater. UNYA has a proven model that works, playing a transformational role in the lives of Indigenous youth. We are training the Indigenous leaders of tomorrow, delivering 20+ programs, together with our 175+ volunteers, 100 staff, and more than 300 community partners. Our strengths-based programming includes education and training, health, wellness, and counselling services, outreach, housing and transition support, drug and alcohol counselling and recovery, arts and culture, leadership training, sports and recreation, and more. Throughout our programs, we create space for youth to experience and explore a range of traditional practices and teachings, as well as to share their own cultural knowledge with their peers and UNYA staff. We believe that strengthening our community as a whole has a tremendous positive impact on the lives of Indigenous youth, and continue to focus efforts on community development initiatives. We contribute to positive community development by creating and distributing resource materials, hosting community meetings and forums, offering training on youth issues, serving on community steering committees, conducting research, developing innovative programs, hiring and training youth, participating on the Metro Vancouver Aboriginal Executive Council, and creating partnerships that expand services for Indigenous youth. UNYA is a registered not-for-profit society with the Province of BC and a federally registered charitable organization. Open Leadership development, Advocacy for youth, Leading through relationships, Philosophy-driven care, Cultural connection, Trauma-informed care, Two-eyed seeing, Harm reduction, Youth empowerment, Youth-centred care, Youth leadership, Mentorship, Alternative education, Strengths-based practice, Health and wellness, Indigenous led organization Open 1618 East Hastings Street Vancouver BC CA V5L 1S6
private:urbannativeyouthassociation-2 1510762 Nov 7th, 2017 12:00AM Urban Native Youth Association 1.1K 60.00 Open Nonprofit Organization Management Nov 7th, 2017 05:24PM Nov 7th, 2017 05:24PM UNYA was founded in 1988 to address Indigenous youth issues at a time growing numbers of young people began leaving reserves for the city. Today, 60% of Indigenous people live in cities, and youth make up approximately 60% of the overall Indigenous population. Many youth continue to arrive in Vancouver with few job skills, minimal training or education, and not knowing where to go for help. The need for Indigenous youth services in Vancouver has never been greater. UNYA has a proven model that works, playing a transformational role in the lives of Indigenous youth. We are training the Indigenous leaders of tomorrow, delivering 20+ programs, together with our 175+ volunteers, 100 staff, and more than 300 community partners. Our strengths-based programming includes education and training, health, wellness, and counselling services, outreach, housing and transition support, drug and alcohol counselling and recovery, arts and culture, leadership training, sports and recreation, and more. Throughout our programs, we create space for youth to experience and explore a range of traditional practices and teachings, as well as to share their own cultural knowledge with their peers and UNYA staff. We believe that strengthening our community as a whole has a tremendous positive impact on the lives of Indigenous youth, and continue to focus efforts on community development initiatives. We contribute to positive community development by creating and distributing resource materials, hosting community meetings and forums, offering training on youth issues, serving on community steering committees, conducting research, developing innovative programs, hiring and training youth, participating on the Metro Vancouver Aboriginal Executive Council, and creating partnerships that expand services for Indigenous youth. UNYA is a registered not-for-profit society with the Province of BC and a federally registered charitable organization.
private:urbannativeyouthassociation-2 1510762 Nov 1st, 2017 12:00AM Urban Native Youth Association 1.1K 61.00 Open Nonprofit Organization Management Nov 1st, 2017 05:05AM Nov 1st, 2017 05:05AM UNYA was founded in 1988 to address Indigenous youth issues at a time growing numbers of young people began leaving reserves for the city. Today, 60% of Indigenous people live in cities, and youth make up approximately 60% of the overall Indigenous population. Many youth continue to arrive in Vancouver with few job skills, minimal training or education, and not knowing where to go for help. The need for Indigenous youth services in Vancouver has never been greater. UNYA has a proven model that works, playing a transformational role in the lives of Indigenous youth. We are training the Indigenous leaders of tomorrow, delivering 20+ programs, together with our 175+ volunteers, 100 staff, and more than 300 community partners. Our strengths-based programming includes education and training, health, wellness, and counselling services, outreach, housing and transition support, drug and alcohol counselling and recovery, arts and culture, leadership training, sports and recreation, and more. Throughout our programs, we create space for youth to experience and explore a range of traditional practices and teachings, as well as to share their own cultural knowledge with their peers and UNYA staff. We believe that strengthening our community as a whole has a tremendous positive impact on the lives of Indigenous youth, and continue to focus efforts on community development initiatives. We contribute to positive community development by creating and distributing resource materials, hosting community meetings and forums, offering training on youth issues, serving on community steering committees, conducting research, developing innovative programs, hiring and training youth, participating on the Metro Vancouver Aboriginal Executive Council, and creating partnerships that expand services for Indigenous youth. UNYA is a registered not-for-profit society with the Province of BC and a federally registered charitable organization.

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