H3 - Hope and Health At Home
Hope and Health at Home “H3" builds on the teachings and skills introduced in the Annual Hope and Health Community Day Camps.
H3 is delivered locally on a weekly basis and maintain a 10 youth: 1 coach program ratio. Each weekly session is 2 hours in duration and offer a blend of sports activities informed through specially Coaches Across Continents-designed curricula and methodology to address social needs.
What makes this experience unique is the blend of soccer with Indigenous worldview and cultural values, anchored by a holistic development framework. Each and every lesson offers a role AND responsibility to the participants to rise and put into practice the learning. The overall goal is to develop healthy life long learners and leaders and to encourage each and every young person to develop into his/her greatest potential.
Partnership is KEY
The program is delivered in partnership with Kw’umut Lelum Child and Family Services Society and the Nations involved and supported by government, private and public sponsorship/funding.
Currently we are honoured to be delivering H3 in Stz’uminus and Penelakut First Nation. We are open to opportunities to grow the program into other member Nations. If interested to learn more and explore opportunities for partnership and collaboration, please contact Deana Gill-Georgica.