SECTOR CAPACITY BUILDING IN THE WRAPAROUND
SERVICE DELIVERY MODEL FOR NEWCOMER YOUTH
This Regional 5-year initiative led by Centre for Newcomers seeks to develop sector capacity in the use of the wraparound service delivery model which aims to support the standardization and coordination of newcomer youth settlement services. The project is funded by Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) and will work with settlement and non-settlement agencies across IRCC’s PNT Region (Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and the Northwest Territories) to build organizational capacity in the use and implementation of wraparound service delivery for newcomer youth.
The project will put learning into action. CFN believes that catering to the voices of diverse newcomer youth is a crucial piece in developing programming. Newcomer youth’s lived experiences with settlement will seek to inform the processes and programming that organizations develop; with the goal of creating a more accommodating and welcoming environment for newcomer youth to be successful in their new lives in Canada. The use of the wraparound process as a tool will help achieve this goal by allowing youth and partners to reflect and evaluate on their own responses to newcomer youth settlement, allowing for modification of practices where, and when, needed
BENEFITS OF PARTICIPATING IN THIS PROGRAM:
A chance for your voice to be heard and reflected in the development of newcomer youth programming in the future.
Opportunity to engage with settlement, non-settlement, industry, and government organizations to share your experience with settlement services in Canada.
Learn more about Wraparound Service Delivery, share your ideas, experiences, and expertise. Help identify service gaps and craft innovative solutions to fill these gaps.
Deploy and develop leadership and communication skills.
Develop relationships and connections with other youth, organizations and businesses across Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and the NWT.
A chance to engage and liaise with other sectors and industries to help support newcomer youth services within respective organizations by reflecting on the practices of lived experience.
Opportunity to become a part of the community response to settlement by understanding the process and impact of immigration on youth settlement.
Liaise with other sectors and learn from their practices. Enhance organizational capacity to respond effectively to newcomer youth and families.
Learn key aspects of settlement, from other sectors, that can support your own organization’s human resource and diversity and inclusion policies; employee engagement; and the success of industry mandates.
COMMITMENT FROM PARTNERS:
MONTHLY 1-1.5 HOURS OF TEAM MEETINGS
6HRS MONTHLY WRAPAROUND TRAINING FROM A SETTLEMENT PERSPECTIVE
The goal of year one is to establish a working terms of reference, a foundation of understanding of what wraparound is, and how wraparound can be reflected in sector practice.
PARTICIPATE IN WRAP TRAININGAS NEEDED
The goal of year one is to establish a working terms of reference, a foundation of understanding of what wraparound is, develop an open dialogue of settlement experiences, and ways settlement for youth can be improved to better reflect the realiities of newcomer youth.
**DUE TO THE CURRENT COVID-19 SITUATION, TRAINING WILL BE HELD IN A VIRTUAL FORMAT AND RECORDED FOR THE CONVENIENCE AND FLEXIBILITY OF ALL PARTNERS.
For more information, or if you are interested in becoming part of this project, please contact:
Regional Youth Liaison