The Bowmore community is well supported by a variety of youth groups that offer a range of programs to students. Interested parents are asked to contact the various agencies directly. For additional information you may also contact the school’s Guidance Counsellor.
Free programs for girls between the ages of 9 -18. This programs run throughout the week. L.O.L. targets girls between 14-19 and offers participants the opportunity to make new friends, discuss issues girls face and learn tools to love themselves. SPARKLE is for young girls between the ages of 10 and 13. It focuses on developing friendships, being active and having fun! SAFE SISTERS is an award winning 12 week program that provides girls between the ages of 9 and 12 with the skills to live and participate safely in their communities.
Call 416-266-1232 for more information.
Free programs for teenagers and their parents. Youth and parents may access their drop in counseling services on Wednesday between 12:00pm and 6:30pm. Positive Parenting Workshops allows interested parents an opportunity to take part in an award winning eight week program to gain valuable insights into building successful relationships with their teen. Drop-in groups are also available to parents.
Call 416-967-1773 for more information.
(Safer Tomorrows through Education and Play)
This free program offers students in the community a safe place to hang out with friends, take part in a variety of fun and educational activities, and get help with their homework. The program is supervised by staff and volunteers that assist youth in gaining confidence, having fun and meeting new people.
Call 416-348-4969 for more information.
(Central Toronto Youth Services)
These free programs support youth in making healthy decisions regarding relationships and conflicts. From CROSSROADS (boys 12-18), to BOYZONE (boys 12-17), to CONNECT (girls 12-18) CTYS strengthens the strategies and resources youth require to successfully navigate their world.
Call 416-924-2100 ext. 245 for more information.