Transitioning Towards an Autonomous Life program

The transition to independent living as young adults is a pivotal period for the young people of the DYP. The Foundation plays an essential role in preparing them for their transition, which is made more difficult as they often lack adequate family support to take this new... Read more

School Perseverance program

Education has the power to transform the career of a young person from the DYP. Staying in school and graduating from an educational institution are real issues for the young people from the DYP. Currently, only 25% of them have a high school diploma by the age of 19*. Yet education has the power to positively and sustainably improve the lives of... Read more

Family Support program

Some parents face serious challenges and need help to fully exercise the parental roles and responsibilities related to their child. Several factors can (mental health issues, integration difficulties among newcomers, conjugal violence, drug and alcohol addiction, poverty) prevent a child from thriving fully in their living... Read more

Self-esteem and Healthy Living Habits program

The young people of the DYP are affected by extreme emotional, psychological, or physical suffering. The traumatic experiences they endured during childhood and adolescence can often shatter their... Read more

Innovative Interventions for Troubled Youths program

The Foundation funds innovative therapies for young people. Some young people from the DYP have been removed from an unstable, violent, or toxic environments. The repercussions on their behaviour and personal development require appropriate and innovative... Read more

Magic Moments

Offer unforgettable memories to young people from the DYP. The lives of the young people of the DYP are often fraught with difficult and painful moments. Whether they live in a youth centre, in a foster home, or with their families, these young people need to experience moments of carefree... Read more