Youth Unlimited Edmonton

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Tel: (780) 437-3000
Address: Box 42051, Millbourne RPO, Edmonton, AB, T6K 4C4


Youth Unlimited invests in the lives of Edmonton teens by providing holistic care, mentoring relationships, safe communities and opportunities to thrive.


Edmonton & Area.

Program Description

Campus Life - combines healthy mentoring relationships with creative activities on and off school campuses, to help young people make good choices, establish a solid foundation for life, and positively impact their schools and communities. Campus Life encourages a balanced life – mentally, physically, spiritually, and socially.

Youth Centres - Yu has 4 youth drop-in centres in Edmonton that offer teens a safe and supportive place to build positive relationships with peers and adult mentors, as well as discover their hidden gifts, abilities and potential.

Stepping Stones - Stepping Stones is a community for pregnant and parenting teens in Edmonton. Stepping Stones is committed to supporting and empowering pregnant and parenting youth to thrive. At Stepping Stones you will find a community of support, opportunities to develop essential life skills, as well as one on one support.

Youth JustUs - Youth Just Us is Bringing hope to Edmonton’s high risk youth. Youth Just Us is a Youth Unlimited initiative aimed at youth on the fringes of our society. Youth Just Us offers three levels of programming designed to reach out to marginalized kids in every step of the Canadian youth justice system.

GROW - GROW meets emerging young leaders where they are and provides unique opportunities, support, and resources for them to grow into their skills and abilities so that they may effectively take on leadership roles within their communities.GROW seeks to not only empower these young leaders individually, but also invites them to give back by providing them opportunities to pour into other emerging young leaders.GROW is a movement of young leaders creating young leaders.

Areas of Focus

  • One to one
  • Peer mentoring
  • Group mentoring
  • In School Mentoring
  • Informal
  • Formal

Ages of Children and Youth Served

  • 11-18

Special Populations

  • Children/Youth in Care
  • Aboriginal Children/Youth
  • Children/Youth with a Disability
  • Sexual Minority Children/Youth
  • Girls/Women
  • Boys/Men
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