Do you Still Do Work in the Community, like build fences?

Yes, we do! Street Culture Construction Services offers fencing, deck building, interior and exterior renovations, drywall work, concrete work, landscaping, carpentry and other general contracting services to property owners in Regina and the surrounding area. All proceeds go back into supporting the underserved youth of our communities.


You can visit for a quote or get in touch with Mike at our office to learn more! 

Where can I donate?

You can visit to see all of the initiatives we could use a little help with to best support the youth we serve.

I am a young person needing support, who can I contact?

If you are a young person who is looking to access our programs or services, please reach out to our team members at 306-545-3445, and we would be happy to provide you with more information!

How can I get involved with SCP?

There are many ways you can get involved with Street Culture Program, either through contribution, employment, or volunteerism!


You can learn more about our current job postings [here] or reach out to us directly.


We are also looking for new board members. If you are interested in joining the SCP Board, you can download the application [here] and email it to

What approach does SCP use with the individuals they serve?

SCP utilizes four strength-based and person-centred approaches to Youth Care;

  • We are Trauma-Informed

  • We are Youth Centered

  • We utilize Nurtured Heart Approach

  • We utilize Harm Reduction

Who does SCP provide services to?

At Street Culture Project, we serve individuals under the age of 21. We offer a variety of housing and non-housing programs and services to young people in Regina.


SCP provides long-term housing and emergency shelter services to youth 16-18 years of age, as well as a variety of mentorship and community outreach services to anyone 12 to 24 years old.

Where does SCP operate?

SCP is located in Regina, Saskatchewan and serves youth in Regina and the surrounding communities. Street Culture Project is honoured to work, live, play and grow on Treaty 4 territory, the traditional lands of the Nêhiyawak (‘nay-hi-ya-way’; Cree), Anihšināpēk (‘a-nish-naa-bay’; Saulteaux,), Lakota, Dakoda and Nakoda and on the homeland of the Métis/Michif Nation.

For Information on Our Programs and Services:

Contact Us

Call us: 306.545.3445

Call us: 306.565.6206

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Tuhk Sih Nowin Emergency Youth Shelter

We receive a lot of questions about the programs and services we offer, the history of SCP, our staff, the methods we use, and more! We love talking about our work and the lives we've helped change. We want to be open and transparent and are always open to answering any questions you have.


Listed below are some of our most frequently asked questions. If you have any questions you would like answered, please don't hesitate to reach out anytime! You can send your questions by e-mail, and we will get back to you within 24-48 hours. We look forward to hearing from you!

Frequently Asked Questions


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