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In It Together

Archway Community Services

The purpose of the In It Together program is to disrupt and interrupt the flow of young people (ages 12 – 30) into organized crime or gangs. This program is in partnership with the Archway Youth Resource Centre and South Asian Community Resource Office.

Program Information

Criteria for Referrals


  • Youth (ages 11 – 24) whose peers or home environment put them at risk of or currently involved in:
  • Criminal activities / behaviour
  • Violent / aggressive behaviour and / or:
    • Selling drugs (at school or in the community),
    • Delivering drugs/packages for dealers
    • May have been previously charged
    • May have served a sentence in a youth or adult institution (re-entering into the community)


  • May need support meeting basic needs, may live in poverty, inadequate housing conditions, low income etc.
  • May have violence or high conflict in the home
  • Family members may be criminally involved (including extended family)
  • Parents in need of parenting skills, life skills, or support.
  • Parents may struggle with physical or mental health disability
  • Youth do not need to be gang or criminally involved (for prevention support)
  • Have children between the ages of 11 – 24

Referrals are received from the community. Services are provided in English and Punjabi.

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