grow from where you are to where you want to be
DTBY has launched a suite of impactful programs to empower and support young people as they begin to transition from high school to post secondary.
Better mental well being outcomes mean stronger futures and resiliency skills for the young people involved and meaningful community development. When they grow and become better, they DO better and then go on to inspire and mentor others to do the same.
Our programs provide opportunities for exponential growth for 14-24 year old’s in building their skills, resilience, and mental well-being.
They’re resilient, but they’ll need supports as they close one season of their life out for the next.
join the movement and find a program that’s right for you
Community Youth Council (CYC) for youth inspire program participants
Those in grade 11 and beyond will be invited to join the CYC, providing them with further opportunity to take a leadership role and drive change.
financial wellness & resilience series
This series focuses on helping youth get set up for a life of financial wellness, and on how to be resilient during financial challenges.
student volunteer initiatives
An opportunity for highschool students to participate and engage in meaningful community service initiatives, paying forward the action of giving back.
peer networking and community engagement
Are you part of a youth leadership group? Join our peer-to-peer network to engage with our CYC and build community with an inspiring network of peers.
spotlight project 2022
Participants of the 2021 Youth Inspire Community Day will be invited to apply to be featured in the book.
annual youth inspire community day
This a virtual event for students in grades 9-12, and is an opportunity to celebrate the resilience of youth, and assist them in continuing to develop important life skills.
NEED HELP NOW?
We do not provide mental health advice, counselling or treatment. If you or someone you know is in crisis, call 911 or go tot he nearest emergency department. You can also reach out to
Kids Help Phone at 1-800-668-6868