It's Mental Health Awareness Week and I thought it would be a good idea to write a blog post for everyone about dealing with mental illness stigma.
We have launched a new website! Geared towards parents, police officers, educators and youth workers, our new site gives you tips about how to communicate with and support youth.
Learn more about Canada’s newest territory through the artwork of students from Arviat, Nunavut.
All the cool youth crime prevention programs have a Facebook group these days. Join ours and stay in the loop!
Want to have your voice heard by the RCMP? Join our national Youth Advisory Committee and start talking.
You know you want to track our every move. Follow us on Twitter to get your fix of DEAL.org updates.
For all you visual people out there, our Youtube channel is the place to be.
Presentations, presenter’s scripts, icebreakers and activities on a whole wealth of youth issues can be found in our Toolbox.
Tackle youth issues such as bullying, internet safety, impaired driving and more, by downloading our fully prepared presentations, presenter’s scripts, icebreakers and activities.
Check out our electronic library of fact sheets to learn more about everything from cocaine to how to write a killer resume. There are even additional resources where you can go for more information or help.
Youth and RCMP officers from across Canada are working together to tackle issues affecting youth such as drugs, bullying and boredom. Check out their action plans here!