FAQs – BYRC
Broadway Youth Resource Center has a variety of free resources available for youth. Our resource room has 4 computers with internet access, a land line phone, water, coffee and tea, and a non-perishable food pantry.
Dinner is served Monday to Friday at 5 pm.
Dinner is free to youth 13-24 years old.
BYRC partners with several other community services to offer, general counselling, substance use counselling, and a medical clinic with a nurse practitioner. Access to services is free but may require an appointment.
Every month we have a calendar of events with various activities on site. These activities vary but include such programming as fiber arts, dance classes, access to a music studio, beading, Bannock making, and film nights. All our programming is free.
Workshops on various life skills are also offered depending on staffing availability, including, housing search, job search, budgeting, how to access training programs and personal care. All the programming is provided for free. Some programming may require you to book appointments.
Any youth 13-24 years old.
The Broadway Youth Resource Center has and Alternate School Program on site.
There is also an Adult Basic Education Program on site.
We have a medical clinic with a nurse practitioner on site twice a week.
There is an Indigenous Youth Victim Services worker on site for any Indigenous youth who have experienced violence or been a victim of crime and need support.
A Transitions to Adulthood Program is also located at BYRC. The Transitions Program is accessed by a social worker referral only.
We also have a partnership with Leave Out Violence Everywhere and that program is located at BYRC. (See description below)
LOVE BC is an award-winning youth-driven violence prevention & intervention org. that provides free media arts & leadership skills to 13-18-year-old youth.