As many as 40,0001 young people experience homelessness in Canada every year, and thousands of young girls are being trafficked. These issues deeply affect and shape young lives, and often transcend background, income or gender.
We strive to prevent homelessness and sex trafficking by sharing knowledge, raising awareness and reconnecting youth with their families and social networks.
By combining nearly 40 years of front line experience with current research, we provide our community with tools to support those in need, intervene and stop homelessness and trafficking before it even begins.
We work together to ensure every young person has the potential for a bright future.