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Preview the Be Safe App for Youth on March 25th

Submitted by Lily Lee, Transition Facilitator, Youth Habilitation Quinte Inc.


Be Safe AppThe Be Safe App was originally developed in London, Ontario to support young people (ages 14 -24) during a crisis and link to local resources.  The App features a personal safety plan, including medical and personal information and coping strategies. A paper version is also available as a pocket guide.

Our inaugural Lunch and Learn series will be led by keynote speakers from mindyourmind to preview the Be Safe App on March 25th, 10:30am-1pm.  mindyourmind, a program of Family Service Thames Valley, is an active youth partner in the development of the App. The Be Safe App, with links to Hastings-Prince Edward resources, will be available for download in late April or early May 2015.  The two-hour Preview of the Be Safe App will take place at the Maranatha Church in Belleville.

This is a free event with lunch provided and is an excellent opportunity for frontline staff to network with a cross-section of agencies.  Please refer to the FLYER and AGENDA for more details and contact information.  Hope you can join us for this event.

Wendy Anderson, Coordinator, Children and Youth Services Network

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