Associated Youth Services of Peel (AYSP) is a compassionate team of professionals dedicated to helping children, youth and families manage mental health and/or justice issues to realize their potential. We work from a client-centred, strength-based approach to engage all children, youth, and families in a manner which is culturally sensitive, non-judgmental and respectful. Working together with our service partners using a multi-systems perspective, AYSP provides services that are evidence-based and evidence-informed.
Our staff bring a wide range of knowledge and professional experience from diverse backgrounds to our workplace. Our teams have a strong collaborative work ethic and we are committed to ongoing professional development to ensure a high quality of service.
AYSP offers flexible work arrangements and a competitive salary and benefits program, and a great working environment! Applications for employment should be directed through our Applicant Tracking System, please click on the link below to see what opportunities we are hiring for!
AYSP is an equal opportunity employer. We value diversity and welcome applicants from all cultures, abilities and sexual and gender identities. Applicants must be willing to demonstrate and adhere to a commitment to Anti-Oppressive and Anti-Racist principles, with the expectation that the framework be reflected in day to day work. AYSP will make reasonable accommodations to enable applicants with disabilities to participate in the interview process upon request. For more information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please. We thank all candidates for applying, however, only candidates being considered will be contacted.
AYSP offers a rewarding volunteer program to support the children, youth and their families receiving services at AYSP. Some of the opportunities available include:
- Mentorship Program
- Tutoring Program
- Childcare Support
- Program Co-Facilitator
- Court Support
Our volunteers are an important part of the day to day lives of the people we serve. Our volunteer pool includes diverse individuals who bring a wide array of knowledge, experience and talents to our agency.
Before you apply to volunteer at AYSP, please make sure you meet the program requirements. Volunteer applicants must be:
- A minimum of 19 years old
- Able to commit to the Volunteer Program for a minimum of 1 year
- Able to undergo a Criminal Records Check and other Reference Checks
- Able to participate in a volunteer training program
- Able to maintain the confidentiality and privacy of AYSP clients
Associated Youth Services of Peel (AYSP) is a Not for Profit Charitable Organization incorporated in March of 1986. By making a donation to AYSP through a one-time or recurring gift, you are helping to make a difference in the lives of children, youth, adults and families within your community.
We accept donations through CanadaHelps.org, which processes secure, online donations for Canadian charities. Your donation will be sent directly to AYSP and you will receive a tax receipt within minutes of making the donation.
AYSP is grateful for the generosity of our financial supporters. Thank you for your kind donation!
Registered Charity Business Number: 13361 7522 RR0001
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Gender Journeys in Peel Group
Youth Gender Journeys (YGJ) Peel is a 12-session group for trans and gender-diverse youth, who are exploring their identity and expression. Facilitated by a trans-identified YBB Counsellor, the YGJ group includes topics such as self-identity, coming out, navigating discrimination, transitioning and more.
When: Tuesdays, starting September 29, 2020 (4:30pm - 6:30pm)
Teen Triple P Group
Teen Triple P Group is a broad-focused parenting support program for groups of parents/caregivers with teenagers aged 12-16. Group Triple P is designed for parents/caregivers with concerns about their teenager's behaviour or who wish to learn a variety of parenting skills that will promote their teenager's development and potential.
When: Thursdays, starting October 8, 2020 (6:30pm - 8:30pm)