Youth Services

Providing wrap-around and low-barrier supports to children and youth ages 8 – 29 years old


About the Program

CSFS Youth Services provides high quality programming to children and youth ages 8 - 29 years. We also provide support for Youth Service development and service delivery within the Carrier and Sekani eleven-member Nations. 

CSFS Youth Services provides wrap-around and low barrier resources. Our programming includes cultural, recreational and life skills opportunities and increasing protective factors through year-round programming in a group or 1:1 service delivery approach. Individualized services are also available to any youth (ages 8 - 24) who makes a request, specifically tailored to meet the needs of the young person.

All Youth Services programming is open to both Indigenous and Non-Indigenous individuals. Specific programs and services are organized by age and gender.


Niwh Hiskak Habibeh (Prince George) | Sk'ai Zeh Yah (Prince George) | S'yoh (Vanderhoof) | Burns Lake Youth Services


Niwh Hiskak Habibeh "For Our Children"

The Prince George Niwh Hiskakkak Habibeh (For the Children) team provides youth empowerment services in a safe, welcoming space that embraces youth engagement. Our programming instills cultural pride while actively participating in reconciliation for brighter futures for Indigenous youth. 


Programs at Niwh Hiskak Habibeh

•             Walk Tall 

•             Youth Support Services: Intensive Youth Social Workers

•             Elder Youth Mentorship

•             Youth Pantry / Food Bank

•             Youth Advisory Council 

•             Nk’Esiy (Youth Pride Group) 

•             Noh’ Khunik (Our Language)

Read more about each of the services offered at Niwh Hiskah Habibeh

View our monthly calendar for upcoming programs here


Sk’ai Zeh Yah Drop-in Centre 

The centre provides a safe and healthy environment for those living on the streets, ages 16 - 29 years old. We ensure low barrier services, including access to social and health programs. 

The drop-in space offers immediate supports to youth who need basic necessities and/or a safe place. These include: hot breakfast and lunch, access to laundry facilities, hygiene items, bus tickets and so much more.

In addition, the High Risk Youth Services program  offers a variety of activities and life skills workshops.



Contact Youth Services by phone (see below). Referral forms are available HERE. Use the information at the top of the referral form to learn where to send the completed form.


Contact Us



Niwh Hiskak Habibeh Youth Services

835 – 3rd Ave
Prince George,V2L 3C7

Phone: 250-564-5643


Skai Zeh Yah Youth Centre

1575 - 2nd Ave
Prince George, BC V2L 3B8
Phone: 250-645-5476 

Hours: 9am-4pm Monday to Friday



171 East Columbia Street

Vanderhoof, BC

V0J 3A0

Phone: 250-567-0091



492 Highway 16,

Burns Lake, BC


Phone: 250-692-3997


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