About US

PATCHES 360 Inc. is a social non profit agency, dedicated to providing independent communication consulting, non-clinical social services, and programs for children and youth.

Mission

To develop and provide services/programs for children and youth, while equipping them with the tools, resources, and systems needed to successfully embark on their life journey as successful adults.

 

Vision

Transform the lives of Children and Youth.

Goals & Objectives

  • Transform

    Influence viewpoints and outlooks on life.

  • Empower

    Provide a sense of enlightenment and motivation, through life coaching, peer-to-peer support, workshops, etc.

  • Equip

    Educate and instill permanent tools & skills that will be used
    throughout life.

  • Advocate

    Support the development of political, social, cultural, and economic
    systems.

Our Services

We designed a suite of services targeted to improving the quality of life and community where all children and youth have the mental, physical, social, and emotional foundation needed to grow into healthy, and productive members of society.

We serve as a provider agency – offering research, consultative, and advisory services to governmental departments, community agencies, and other service providers.

Teenagers need families as much as young children. It is the goal of Patches 360 to establish a network, where youth transitioning out of care still have “adopted families” to connect with. This is not a legal adoption, or one that requires the various steps, processes, and documents as such. This is a “moral” adoption – a pledge to “stretch out” and give a caring hand to a youth venturing out on the journey of life.

At Patches 360, we are strong education advocates. We believe that an education can liberate and empower individuals, preparing them to deal with complexity, adversity, change, and build strong self-awareness. We understand that attending and completing a post-secondary diploma or degree may not be a desirable goal for all. With that in mind, we aim to assist individuals in finding community placements/purposeful –work programs, exploring connections between their intellectual and vocational goals. Creating various opportunities for one to reflect on their experiences and to build their own paths based on these experiences.

A comprehensive higher education access and post secondary readiness program, with a component on youth leadership development.

Facilitated workshops focusing on resiliency, health and wellness, finances, communication skills, employment readiness, and relationships and emotional well-being are some of the sessions designed to equip youth with the skills required to succeed in the real world.

We support children, youth and their families/caregivers that may need help to navigate various systems.

The Bright Hope Program is a community and school-wide children’s initiative tailored to the needs of Black students and families in the Region of Peel. Through advocacy and pathway planning supports, the Initiative encompasses an accelerated learning project for disadvantaged black students, and those in at-risk situations, who are enrolled in grades 2 to 6 or between the ages of 7 to 12 years of age. 

We serve as a provider agency – offering research, consultative, and advisory services to governmental departments, community agencies, and other service providers.

Teenagers need families as much as young children. It is the goal of Patches 360 to establish a network, where youth transitioning out of care still have “adopted families” to connect with. This is not a legal adoption, or one that requires the various steps, processes, and documents as such. This is a “moral” adoption – a pledge to “stretch out” and give a caring hand to a youth venturing out on the journey of life.

At Patches 360, we are strong education advocates. We believe that an education can liberate and empower individuals, preparing them to deal with complexity, adversity, change, and build strong self-awareness. We understand that attending and completing a post-secondary diploma or degree may not be a desirable goal for all. With that in mind, we aim to assist individuals in finding community placements/purposeful –work programs, exploring connections between their intellectual and vocational goals. Creating various opportunities for one to reflect on their experiences and to build their own paths based on these experiences.

A comprehensive higher education access and post secondary readiness program, with a component on youth leadership development.

Facilitated workshops focusing on resiliency, health and wellness, finances, communication skills, employment readiness, and relationships and emotional well-being are some of the sessions designed to equip youth with the skills required to succeed in the real world.

We support children, youth and their families/caregivers that may need help to navigate various systems. 

The Bright Hope Program is a community and school-wide children’s initiative tailored to the needs of Black students and families in the Region of Peel. Through advocacy and pathway planning supports, the Initiative encompasses an accelerated learning project for disadvantaged black students, and those in at-risk situations, who are enrolled in grades 2 to 6 or between the ages of 7 to 12 years of age. 

Core Values/ Guiding Principles

We will strive to obtain the needed resources to effectively serve our clients. And be vigilant stewards of the funds we receive, while honouring the trust of our clients we serve put in us. Ensure services are seamlessly integrated, efficient, comprehensive and collaborative within and across providers and stakeholders.

We will be leaders in our communities, advocating for the betterment of children and youth —including those that are in care or have aged out of the child welfare system, and others in at-risk situations.

Forging strategic partnerships that increase program impacts, and tackling broader systemic issues for the purpose of figuring out how to maneuverer and otherwise circumvent some of the challenges faced by persons who are disadvantaged and in at-risk situations, examples: youth in care, those aged out of the child welfare system, and amongst others.

 

Engage the community in developing and sharing best practices and new synergies. Fostering new perspectives and informed civic dialogues.

Participate in legislative efforts, with regards to finding more effective and innovating approaches or solutions to services, and resources offered to youth transitioning out of care, disadvantaged children and youth in at-risk situations, and amongst others.

Develop new resources and new business practices, including evidence-based practices designed to maximize success, with a focus on achieving best results.

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