Youth C.A.R.E Programs

AFTER SCHOOL Activities: Youth are able to hangout, be on the gym floor and play basketball, join in on various board games (such as RISK, Monopoly, Apples to Apples, Chess), draw, play piano, make friends, and talk with Youth C.A.R.E staff.

EVENING PROGRAM Hours: All Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday evening activities start at 6:45 pm & end at 8:45 pm. No pre-registration needed however it is recommended that youth arrive at 6:30pm. Youth can start any day during the month. On their first visit, youth are asked to bring their health card.


On the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month, Youth C.A.R.E staff organize cooperative game activities along withfun for allboard games. Youth are able to try their handat traditional as well as strategic game play.

On the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month, Youth C.A.R.E staff organize projects where youth can show case their kindness and develop empathy towards others by doing random acts. Random Acts is supported by City of Regina 2017 Community Investment Major Grant, Social Development Stream.


Youth C.A.R.E enjoys the outdoors. Every Wednesday Youth C.A.R.E and eight youth travel out of the City to the lake for a group excursion on the water. Youth are given instruction on paddling and handling a canoe. Youth are asked to arrive at 3:00 pm to help load equipment in vans. A picnic meal is provided. Space is limited though due to the number of canoes so youth must pre-register but will be chosen on a rotation basis to give everyone interested a chance to canoe.

M.A.D. (My Awesome Development) SKILLS THURSDAYS

Youth C.A.R.E supports youth in attaining their academic and or vocational goals. M.A.D skills uses experiential learning activities to help youth enhance seven life skills—attentiveness, work ethic, engagement, scripting, overcoming barriers, meaningful help, and empathy. M.A.D Skills is supported by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Justice —Community Justice Program.


Youth C.A.R.E. promotes being physically active with youth at any performance level. A wide range of recreation and sport activities are planned; including a series of fitness movements to increase physical literacy levels. Key factors of the program are cooperation, team work, and having fun in the attempt. REC Night is supported by City of Regina 2017 Community Investment Minor Grant, Sport & Recreation Stream.

All programming activities are FREE to youth (ages 1119 years)!