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City of Grande Prairie Crime Prevention. HISTORY  SCIF FUNDED 2009-2012 RCMP REFERRALS 12-17YRS- ONE TIME  2010 EXTENDED SERVICES - TO FAMILY MEMBERS.

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1 City of Grande Prairie Crime Prevention

2 HISTORY  SCIF FUNDED RCMP REFERRALS 12-17YRS- ONE TIME  2010 EXTENDED SERVICES - TO FAMILY MEMBERS  2011 PARENTS, AGENCY REFERRALS AGE RANGE 8-12YRS RCMP  2012 SCHOOL, YOUTH REFERRALS (CHANGED NAME TO CYIP)  2013 OPENED TO ALL AGES –unlimited RCMP  2014 SCHOOL TEAM / VTRA (VIOLENT THREAT RISK ASSESSMENT)

3 REFERRALS  620 REFERRALS 595 female 467 males Total program referrals  COMPLETED 445  INCOMPLETE 168

4  Children & Youth whose behaviour has brought them into contact with the RCMP  Children & Youth who are struggling and the adults around them are concerned  Parents looking for resources to assist them in finding the appropriate agencies for their needs

5  RCMP  SCHOOLS  APPROX 30 AGENCIES

6  TAKE NO FURTHER ACTION  GIVE A WARNING  LAY CHARGES WITH THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PROGRAM THERE IS NOW A 4 TH OPTION:  DIVERT TO THE CHILD & YOUTH INTERVENTION PROGRAM

7 RCMP TOP REFERRALS  MENTAL HEALTH  SUBSTANCE ABUSE  CONFLICT - PARENT/CHILD, PEER BULLYING  BEHAVIOR ISSUES

8 BULLYING TICKET OPTION 4  SECTION C1103  FINE $  CAN BE WITHDRAWN WITH ASSESSMENT AND ATTENDANCE AT A PERSONALIZED BULLYING WORKSHOP

9  Troubles with Friends or at School  Family Circumstances/Changes  Grief and Loss  Substance Abuse  Mental Health Issues  Poor Decision Making

10 KNOWLEDGE IN:  YOUTH JUSTICE SYSTEM  CHILD DEVELOPMENT  MENTAL HEALTH DISORDERS  ADDICTIONS  STAGES OF CHANGE  TRAUMA  SYSTEMS  SCHOOLS  THREAT and RISK ASSESSMENT  CRISIS MANAGEMENT  CULTURAL AWARENESS  SUICIDE / SELF HARM

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12 PARENT INTERVIEW  ALLOWS VENTING, EMOTIONAL RELEASE  GATHER HISTORY  WHO HAVE THEY RECEIVED SERVICES FROM IN THE PAST? UNDERSTANDING THE SYSTEMS  WHAT IS THEIR GOAL  PARENTING STRATEGIES Create vs React  LEAVE WITH SENSE OF HOPE

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14 SOFT ROOM

15 CHILD/YOUTH INTERVIEW  WITH OR WITHOUT PARENT  YOUTH JUSTICE COMPONENT/COURT VISIT  MEET THEM WHERE THEY ARE AT LITERALLY / FIGURATIVELY  UNDERLYING ISSUES  OPTIONS  PLAN  FILE IS NEVER CLOSED

16 ASSESSMENT TOOLS DEVELOPMENTAL ASSETS INTERNAL/ EXTERNAL STRENGTHS EXPLORER IDENTIFIES TOP 3 STRENGTHS

17  Support  Empowerment  Boundaries/Expectations  Constructive Use of Time  Commitment to learning  Positive Values  Social Competencies  Positive Identity 2/6 5/6 0/4 2/4 1/6 5/6 1/4 0/4 2/5 2/6 4/6 0/5 4/6 2/4 4/4 14/40 26/40 YOUTH 1YOUTH 2

18 STRENGTHS EXPLORER Help youths identify their positive characteristics Help youths improve their understanding of self Help youths develop from their areas of greatest talent Improve parents’/instructors’ understanding of their children/students Provide an opportunity for an important kind of communication between parents and their children (i.e., discussion of one’s unique nature, the positive characteristics/gifts that one has, and how those can be developed) Provide the theme-based language that youths and parents/ instructors could use to discover and describe positive characteristics

19 OTHER TOOLS  ANXIETY CHECKLIST  DEPRESSION CHECKLIST  MOOD CHARTS  BEHAVIORS FROM TRAUMA

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21 GRIEF & LOSS

22 MENTAL HEALTH  UNDERSTANDING  FOLLOW THROUGH  MEDICATIONS  SUPPORT

23 SOUL PAIN “Difficult and traumatic life events leave us feeling broken and incomplete, searching and longing for the deep inner healing we know is required.” Dr. Jane Simmington

24 SECRETS

25 7 STEPS TO CHANGE

26 WHO CAN RECEIVE SERVICES ?  YOUTH  PARENT  SIBLINGS  FAMILY

27  COUNSELLING: INDIVIDUAL / PARENTS/ SIBLINGS / FAMILY  EDUCATION : TEAM / ALTERNATIVE  MENTAL HEALTH : CHILD PSYCHIATRIST DIAGNOSIS/MEDICATION  PROGRAMS : COPING SKILLS / SUPPORT

28 REPARATION  JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY STOPLIFT  NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS (SPCA, HABITAT FOR HUMANITY, SALVATION ARMY, QE11,)  CITY PROGRAMS (GRAFITTI CLEAN- UP, ROTARY PARK)

29  BREAKFAST CLUB  WALK-IN MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC  COUNSELLING: YOUTH/FAMILY  DETOX; PCHAD ; INFORMED; SCHOOL  JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY  PARDS EQUINE THERAPY

30 SUNRISE HOUSE (YESS)

31 GIRLS/BOYS ROOMS

32 COMMON AREA

33 ART WALL

34 PARDS EQUINE THERAPY TRUST

35 WHAT’S HOLDING YOU BACK?

36 Painting

37 JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY LIFESKILLS

38 PAVE

39 CITY SCRUB RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS KITS

40 COMMUNITY HELPERS

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43  Support  Empowerment  Boundaries/Expectations  Constructive Use of Time  Commitment to learning  Positive Values  Social Competencies  Positive Identity 2/6 1/4 5/6 1/4 2/5 5/6 5/5 2/4 23/40 YOUTH 5

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