Personal and social autonomy
This initiative for youth ages 16 to 29 aims to promote skills acquisition and the adoption of behaviours that contribute to the development of their personal and social independence.
Participants work on various aspects of their lives:
- Physiological needs: Eating, dressing yourself, housing
- Various counselling need: Developing social and interpersonal skills, managing emotions, making a budget and grocery list, etc.
- Actualization and motivation needs: Being acknowledged, empowered, and encouraged; learning to anticipate the future; having life goals and objectives
- Social needs: Breaking isolation, building positive social networks
- Needs related to services offered: Knowing the services offered in the MRC, having access to services, demystifying preconceived notions about the services
The following services are offered:
- Guidance and referral;
- Individual development activities;
- Employability skills development activities;
- Various themed interventions.
For more information, contact:
Sandrine Hébert, Project Agent and Employment counsellor
819-843-3007, Ext. 229