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Promoting Life-skills in Aboriginal Youth (PLAY)

Health, Wellbeing & Development, Indigenous Peoples & Land-Based Outdoor Play, Organizations, Policy, Practice, Resources
About This Project

Promoting Life-skills in Aboriginal Youth (PLAY), by Right to Play Canada, is a program that trains locally-hired Community Mentors to deliver weekly play-based programs that promote healthy living, healthy relationships, education and employability life-skills to Indigenous children and youth. The program aims to provide safe play spaces, life-skills training, healthy food, inclusive physical activities, leadership opportunities, and positive role models for Indigenous children and youth, as well as promote connections with their community and celebrate their cultural diversity.

Learn more about Promoting Life-skills in Aboriginal Youth here.