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Community Organized Support and Prevention (COSP)

Site: Belleville

Service: Youthreach/Self-Esteem Enhancement Development

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Alternate Name COSP ; SEED ; VIQ ; Youthreach/SEED
Location & Accessibility
Located In Community Belleville
Address & Map
250 Sidney St
Belleville, ON K8P 3Z3
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Intersection Sidney St and Bridge St
Bus Route Notes Belleville Transit Map
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Parking Free parking
Description and Services
Description (Service) A FREE prevention initiative programs for youth 12-17 years of age. Eligible youth may be experiencing difficulties at home or school and may be displaying anti-social behavior. Youth may also be socializing with a negative peer group, experimenting with alcohol and/or drugs or may be at-risk of committing an offence. Youthreach is designed for male youth and SEED is designed for female youth. Both programs incorporates videos, guest speakers, and interactive activities on topics effecting teens today, aimed at enhancing the lives of the youth. Education, life skills and self-development are the focus of these programs.  
Referrals are available to parents, youth, probation officers, counselors etc. through Community Organized Support and Prevention, via request and/or at Highland Shores Children's Aid Society and many schools have referral forms available. These programs run four times a year; after school during the school year and during the day for summer and March Break programming. Youth interested in attending are encouraged to invite a friend to join them.
Hours COSP office - Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Areas Served Hastings County ; Prince Edward County
Eligibility Ages: 12 year(s) - 17 year(s)
Application A referral is required along with parental/guardian consent. Contact will be made by the Program Coordinator during business hours to confirm attendance and for information sharing.
Languages English
Fees None
Service Categories Juvenile Diversion ; Juvenile/Youth Delinquency Diversion Counselling ; Life Skills Education ~ Young Adults
Waiting List No
Contact Information
Office Phone 613-966-7410
After Hours Phone Voice Messaging Available
Fax 613-966-7411
Social Media Facebook
Primary Contact Jody Bain, Program Coordinator of Youthreach/SEED; Email:
Primary Executive Linda Seeley, Executive Director; Email:
Other Details
Funding United Way

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