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Students Will All Graduate (SWAG)

Carlington Community Health Centre and community partners are collectively working to address high dropout rates in the following four communities: Shillington, Debra Dynes, Bellevue/Caldwell and Parkwood Hills.

The Students Will All Graduate (SWAG) Program provides credit-based academic support, social recreation programming, mentoring and relationship building, and skill-based leadership programming. SWAG is offered by a team of Youth Workers, Ontario Certified Teachers and Volunteers 4 days a week throughout the school year.

SWAG is responsible for removing the barriers to success that are faced by SWAG participants. This is accomplished through ongoing advocacy, programming, and communication among students, their parents/guardians, and secondary schools to support student success.

To be an eligible youth in the program, participants must live in the neighbourhoods listed above, and be identified by their schools as at-risk of not graduating.

For more information, please contact the SWAG Program Coordinator 613-722-4000 ext. 322.

SWAG Summer Program

We provide:

  • Preparation for High School Readiness
  • Fun Recreational Activities
  • Fieldtrips
  • Fundraiser Activities
  • High School Volunteer Hours
  • Food & Snacks & Much More!

For more information click here: SWAG SUMMER PROGRAM 2024, to register please contact Bizuri:

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Youth Drop-In

A safe space for youth to come together, have fun, talk, participate in community activities, develop new skills and mostly, be themselves among friends.  Bellevue Community Centre.  Currently online due to COVID.

For more information contact 613-722-4000 ext. 322

REDBLACKS with youth

REDBLACKS Youth Mentorship Program

Carlington CHC was pleased to partner with the OSEG Foundation to create the REDBLACKS Youth Mentorship Program.  The program aims to empower youth from identified communities facing barriers by creating a unique opportunity to connect them with professional athletes in order to inspire these youth to reach their full potential.  For youth 14-18 years old.  For more information, contact 613-722-4000 ext. 322

Watch this VIDEO to see what the mentors and mentees say about the program.