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HomeBridge Youth Society

Vision All youth and their families living in health, safety and harmony

Mandate Using an inter-disciplinary approach to youth care HomeBridge provides youth with experiences of stabilization, emergency placement, therapeutic programming, educational opportunities and longer-term residential interventions. This mandate is achieved through a collaboration with stakeholders, a community orientation, a commitment to youth education, continued professional development, implementation of current evidence based interventions and therapeutic programming.

HomeBridge Youth Occupancy Statistics Individual Youth Served 2016/2017 -101 Total

Individual Youth per Department of Community Services Region or Child Welfare Agency Residing in Facilities - 101 Total

9% 57%

43%

Total Female (43)

15%

Total Male (58)

109 individual youth were served during 2016/2017, however there were 170 total youth admissions to all facilities, which includes a number of youth who had multiple admissions and were served by more than one HomeBridge facility.

6% 45%

25%

Central Region (46 Individuals) Western Region (25 Individuals) Mi'Kmaw Family and Children Services (15 Individuals) Northern Region (9 Individuals) Eastern Region (6 Individuals)

OUR FACILITIES

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Homebridge Annual Report 2017  
Homebridge Annual Report 2017  
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