Raido House is a transitional residence for youth between the ages of 14-17 who are at risk of or, currently experiencing homelessness. Raido House is an eight-bedroom residence designed to support homeless youth who do not have child intervention status. Raido house accepts both male and female clients who may or may not be involved in the youth criminal justice system.
Raido House is staffed by youth workers 24/7 who provide intensive Case Management to clients which include but are not limited to: goal planning, relationship development, skill development, advocacy, vocational support, stabilization and outreach. Staff also encourage and assist residents to access community and health services.
This is a voluntary program and no one can be forced to stay. Applications are made through the Coordinated Access and Assessment program - through 2-1-1 or the SORCE office, 316 - 7 Avenue SE.
For more information
Fay Corbiell, Team Leader - Youth Residences