Youth, Parents, and Community

Resources

The resources page contains useful links and articles to help combat gangs in BC and to support the positive development of young people at risk of gang involvement. Click a title below to read more about a given resource.

Youth

This documentary follows the lives of the 18th Street gang in El Salvador

Caution: Scenes of swearing and Graphic Violence

Youth
Families

This searchable database, an easy to use resource guide for teens ages 13 - 18, provides helpful information about a variety of services including health, violence prevention, education, counseling, recreation and more.

Youth
Gang Prevention

The Healthy Aboriginal Network's (HAN) comic that deals with gang prevention and the positive impacts of physical activity.

Youth
Families

Video about how marketing campaigns comb the streets, the schools, and the malls in order to understand and sell popular culture to teenagers who have become one of the biggest consumer demographics in America

Youth
Families

In "Inside the Teenage Brain," FRONTLINE chronicles how scientists are exploring the recesses of the brain and finding some new explanations for why adolescents behave the way they do.

Families
Support for Victims

This booklet is to provide information to service providers and families the sexual exploitation of children and youth.

Support for Victims

Provides pregnancy outreach, couselling and non profit councelling programs, including, Children Who Witness Abuse, Stopping the Violence, Sexual Abuse Intervention Program, Victim Assistance Community Based.

Support for Victims

Advocacy and support for women and girls who have been victims of violence or who are at risk of violence.

Families

This booklet is aimed at providing information for parents about youth gangs

Families

This booklet is aimed at providing information for parents about youth gangs

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