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Making Resilience Happen through Youth-Adult Partnership

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  • Last updated on Jan 26, 2017
As we managed VYPER (Valley Youth Partnership for Engagement and Respect) for the last 2.5 years (administered by Abbotsford Community Services and funded by Health Canada), we learned a lot about helping youth-related programs from Burnaby to Boston Bar be more intentional and innovative about how they help youth recognize, demonstrate and develop their strengths.

Now we are starting to share these learnings to help continue and enhance youth-adult partnership in our communities.

Download our "Making Resilience Happen Through Youth-Adult Partnership" document (originally released in 2015, and updated in 2016): www.vyper.ca/resiliencereport.pdf

And now you can WATCH videos produced about the 4 core principles that were at work in VYPER!

1. Introduction
2. Working with an Allyship and Anti-Oppression Lens
3. Building on What Already Exists
4. Clarifying Specific Opportunities and Supports
5. Get Ready to Hit the Ground Running!

And the 6th video: An overview of the project by three youth participants and two staff, produced as part of the University of British Columbia's Centre for Excellence in Indigenous Health Learning Circle.
As we managed VYPER (Valley Youth Partnership for Engagement and Respect) for the last 2.5 years (administered by Abbotsford Community Services and funded by Health Canada), we learned a lot about helping youth-related programs from Burnaby to Bos...
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