The Breakfast Club Youth Program – SPRC

Helping youth build coping skills, resilience and positive social networks, Grande Prairie’s Suicide Prevention Resource Centre’s Breakfast Club Youth Program has been having an impact on the community for more than 25 years.

This past year, the Breakfast Club saw youth between the ages of 13-17 attend weekend retreats, while pre-teens ages nine to 12 attended one day workshops, and children aged seven to eight took part in a new pilot of a children’s program thanks in part to funding through the Community Foundation of Northwestern Alberta, Young at Art Fund by T Sedore Photography and the Hannah Ouellette Memorial Supporting Suicide Prevention Resource Centre Fund.

Evaluations of the program noted 97 per cent of teens that took part felt they had learned ways to have safer and more positive relationships and friendships.

You can make a difference in our community – not only for today but forever. When you make a donation to the Community Impact Fund, we invest that gift into a permanent endowment fund and the original gift is never spent. Earnings from your gift are distributed in our community to support all needs in the community.  Donations can be made online here – https://www.canadahelps.org/en/dn/38163 or by calling the Community Foundation at (780) 538-2820. 

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