RISE@one4nine becomes the foundation of the Youth Services program that offers safe, affordable housing for youth as well as provides support services to assist them to become independent. The youth who are selected for the program voluntarily agree to work with a Case Manager to develop structured plans for school, employment or treatment. Youth Services provides an intensive life-skills program as well as individual and group counseling designed to quickly prepare the residents for their future beyond the program.
Youth Services staff meet approximately 100 youths each year through the delivery of their services and programs. Program participation selection is based on a priority basis in order for youth who are in a dangerous or urgent situation to be accommodated as quickly as possible. In addition to providing housing, Youth Services also assists their clients to find permanent living arrangements. Our staff routinely follows up on those who have graduated from our program to ensure their successful independence.
If you are a young person between the ages of 16 and 24 and are in need of housing and supports, please contact:
Alicia Howell – Prevention Diversion – Youth Case Manager
For more general information about Youth Services, please use the link below:Contact Us
For more information about our Youth Services program, please contact us.
Home Base Housing acknowledges the support of the United Way serving Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington gives to the Youth Services program. For more information about the ways United Way helps our community, visit their website at www.unitedwaykfla.ca.
In addition, Home Base Housing acknowledges the funding by the Government of Canada’s Homelessness Partnering Strategy Outreach Communities Initiative for the support for the following: Capital for renovating RISE and the Youth Outreach Worker position.