Street Culture Project

Programs | Projects | Resources

Take a more detailed look at precisely what we’re doing to help at risk youth in Regina, Sask live up to their full potential. 

Mentorship Program

Mentorship Program

Empowering Regina YouthThe purpose of the Mentorship program is to empower youth in our community by providing individual, group, and community-based mentoring, along with supportive guidance in developing independent living skills. Youth are paired with mentors based...

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WHAM | Mentorship

WHAM | Mentorship

Who is this for?Young adults (15-29) are referred to the WHAM program through community agencies or by personal interest. ‍Workplace Help and MentoringWorkplace Help and Mentoring (WHAM) is an employment program designed to connect young adults—ages 15-29—who are...

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Peer Homes

Peer Homes

Who is this for?Youths 16-18 (up to 21 for Long Term Wards who continue with educational plans) are referred to the Peer Homes program through the Ministry of Social Services. ‍Ending Youth Homelessness in ReginaStreet Culture has 4 homes with a total of 19 spaces...

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Pit Stop | Day Program

Pit Stop | Day Program

Who is this for?Youths (16-24) are referred to Y-Shore through the Centralized Housing Intake Process (CHIP) group or directly to us.Helping at Risk Youth in Regina, SaskatchewanStreet Culture’s day program, Pit Stop, is a transitional program for youth ages 15-18...

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