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Shelters and Drop-in Centres for Youth - North West

Shelters for youth offer short-term accommodation along with other supports, such as counselling, meals, recreation and emergency transportation. Some shelters also provide longer-term accommodation.

Drop-in centres offer social and recreational activities, snacks, information and support and in some cases counselling.

 
These services serve all or part of North West
Cat Lake First Nation - Cat Lake Health Authority - Brighter Futures Program  
Cat Lake, ON  P0V 1J0
Main 807‑347‑2027
807‑347‑2553
Crisis Response Services Kenora Rainy River District - Safe and Crisis Bed Services  
58 Goodall St, Dryden, ON  P8N 2Z6
Administrative Office: 807‑223‑1418
807‑223‑8884
Drop In  
110 Sherbrooke St, Thunder Bay, ON  P7C 4P7
807‑624‑2379
Fort William First Nation - Youth Centre - Youth Program  
107 Mission Rd, Fort William First Nation, ON  P7J 1L3
Youth Centre: 807‑577‑8026
Band Office: 807‑623‑9543
Sioux Lookout (Municipality of) - Multicultural Youth Centre - Youth Services  
54 Front St, 3rd Flr, Sioux Lookout, ON  P8T 1A4
807‑737‑2700
Sioux Lookout Anti‑Racism Committee 807‑737‑1501
Thunderbird Friendship Centre - Urban Aboriginal Youth Program  
301 Beamish Ave W, Geraldton, ON  P0T 1M0
807‑854‑1060

These services are located outside of North West, but provide service to North West.
Operation Come Home  
150 Gloucester St, Ottawa, ON  K1N 1C5
613‑230‑4663 (613‑230‑HOME)
North West LHIN