One Roof



Overview


 

 

 

 

One Roof KFLA Regional Youth Hub is a community centre providing wrap-around services to youth in Kingston and the surrounding KFL&A region. It is designed to be a one-stop shop for young people to learn, grown and engage with their support to improve outcomes and help them meet their potential.

The Hub uses an integrated evidence-based approach to meet young people’s needs from both an urban centre and rural satellite sites. It offers basic needs support through our drop-in, crime prevention case management, primary care, mental health support, and wellness programming.

We welcome community youth to drop in to our hub at 622 Princess St. Kingston, ON K7L 1E3 (map).

Mission

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Ongoing Programs

Services

Youth Wellness Team Services

  • Mental health
  • Substance use
  • Primary healthcare
  • Care navigation
  • Peer support
  • Intake
  • Single sessions and individual/group therapies (CBT & DBT)

Community and Social Support Services

  • Housing Support (Prevention, Diversion, Housing First)
  • Intensive Community Crime Prevention Program
  • Cultural programming
  • Education and employment and training
  • Family support
  • Outreach

Skills and Well-being Activities

  • Learning workshops
  • Recreational programming and activities

To learn more about how you can help end youth homelessness in Kingston, please click the link below to learn more about the Build484 Campaign

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One Roof Partner Agencies


MISSION: To provide responsive, high-quality, community-based addiction and mental health services that empower the people it serves to be well and achieve their full potential.

MISSION: To enhance the quality of life for present and future generations by providing progressive, professional services and leadership that reflects the needs of all those who work, live, visit, or play in the City of Kingston.

MISSION: That people with an intellectual disability have every opportunity to participate fully in our community with dignity and independence.

MISSION: Strengthening families, protecting children and youth and promoting their well-being.

MISSION: To enhance the development and well-being of this community, and to making the Queen’s experience a welcoming, positive one for all Indigenous students.

MISSION: Inspiring all girls to be strong, smart, and bold.

MISSION: HIV/AIDS Regional Services provides comprehensive services including education, prevention and support for people living with, at risk of, or affected by HIV/AIDS, STBBI’s in addition to advocating for broader social change to reduce stigma and discrimination.

 

MISSION: Katarokwi Learning Centre offers a range of quality
educational programs in a safe and caring environment. In our alternative setting, we embrace diversity and self-respect, respect for others, and the world around us.

MISSION: To Care. To Respond. To Build Community.

MISSION: Building community through innovative employment services.

MISSION: We care for our patients, families and each other through everyday actions, significant moments and exciting breakthroughs.

MISSION: We provide a supportive, stable environment, and the tools and life skills to help youth emerge from their immediate or ongoing housing crisis.

MISSION: The Maltby Centre makes positive change possible in the lives of children, youth and families, in our community and across Ontario. We advance thinking and action in Mental Health and Autism through collaborative leadership and by offering services that give each child, youth and family the opportunity to thrive and reach their full potential.

MISSION: Trusting in Providence and strengthened by the spirit and tradition of our Founders, the Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul, we enhance the quality of life by meeting the physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs of each person. We work with our partners to innovate and excel in education and research. We treat each person with respect, dignity and compassion.

MISSION: Resolve Counselling Services Canada provides quality counselling services to significantly improve the social, emotional and economic well-being of individuals and families every Monday and Wednesday.

 

MISSION: To help people prepare for, find and keep employment. We achieve this by providing a wide range of employment services for job seekers and employers, and by building strong networks with our community partners.

 

MISSION: At the heart of our work is a deep partnership with our community and all its members. Together, we work to:
Support individuals and their loved ones to heal from sexual violence

Educate individuals and organizations on the impact of sexual violence

Organize and advocate for systemic and social change required to end sexual violence

 

MISSION: St. Lawrence Youth Association provides individualized restorative programming for youth at risk, aims to reduce youth crime and helps build strong individuals and communities.

 

MISSION: Youth Diversion helps youth overcome challenges by:
Providing individualized services to divert youth from risk;
Providing both intervention and prevention services; and,
Working collaboratively and in partnership with youth, their families, other agencies and our community.

 

MISSION: To provide a spectrum of services which facilitate an individual’s transition to independence. Our goal is to help young people obtain and maintain affordable housing, good mental health and employment.

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Intensive Community Crime Prevention

Intensive Community Crime Prevention (ICCP) is aimed at reducing youth crime in the City of Kingston. ICCP will engage youth with the highest needs – particularly those individuals who are unwilling or unable to access other community treatment programs. ICCP will connect high-risk youth with appropriate supports and services based on their individual needs. Eligible participants will have access to:

  • Clinical Therapists

  • CBT and DBT modes of therapy

  • Crime Prevention Case Managers

  • Indigenous Case Managers

  • Family/school liaison

  • Crisis management

  • Food literacy

  • Resources and referrals

ICCP

Eligibility

Eligible participants of ICCP will be transitional aged youth (ages 16-24) who are identified as having multiple criminogenic risk factors such as: 

  • Prior and current offenses

  • Antisocial personality or behaviours (physically aggressive, poor frustration tolerance, hyperactivity)

  • Pro-criminal attitude

  • Negative peer influences

  • Family conflict

  • Low achievement in school or work

  • Substance abuse

  • Lack of leisure or recreational activities

Programming and supports provided through ICCP will be specific to reducing criminogenic risk factors. In addition, with the guidance from an Elder and Indigenous Case Managers, ICCP will provide culturally relevant programming and supports that all youth can benefit from.

To make a referral, please email ICCP

Home Base Housing acknowledges the support of the United Way serving Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington gives to One Roof. UW’s generous donation of $350,000 towards our $1.3 million renovations of One Roof’s new location is gratefully appreciated. For more information about the ways United Way helps our community, visit their website at www.unitedwaykfla.ca.

Our Partnerships

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