YMCA Strike Care - The YMCA is working hard to provide support to families during the education sector job action, including providing a limited number of alternate care options for currently enrolled YMCA Child Care families throughout the rotating strikes. For information, please visit YMCAStrikeCare.ca.

If you are or have been involved with Family and Children Services and are between the ages of 16 and 24, the Youth In Transition Worker (YITW) program is available to help you transition to a more independent lifestyle.

YITW will help support you identify, develop and implement a personal plan based on your own goals for personal independence. We'll help you navigate the adult service systems, connecting you to relevant supports and resources in the community.

Along your journey, you'll receive emotional support, housing support, educational support, employment support, health support, legal support, and more. 

You may be referred to this program by a community partner, or you can simply contact the YITW support worker directly.

Brant Region
Call or text 226.208.0852

Halton Region
Call or text 905.928.8803

Hamilton Region
Call or text 289.925.4404



Program funding provided by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services.



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