Adam’s Story – MASST

The Multi Agency School Support Team (MASST) is an early intervention, school-based program that supports children (5-12 years) who are exhibiting behavior which puts them at risk for negative, possibly criminal patterns of behaviour or victimization into teen years. Recently, one of the MASST teams reached out to us to share a great success story … Continue reading Adam’s Story – MASST

Matthew’s Family Story – ISSP & MASST

Back: MASST Team, Front: Matthew's Family Kids My story begins in Toronto and was not always difficult. I grew up following all the rules, graduated high school with good marks, went to university, and began a career where I worked my way up to management.  I started a family, bought a house, had my dream … Continue reading Matthew’s Family Story – ISSP & MASST

It Was the Last Place I Wanted to Be…But My Parents Knew Better

“It was the last place I wanted to be that evening – my first class in the Calgary Police Cadet Corps.  My parents had signed me up, made me go, and I was left without a choice in their decision,” says a charming and very polite Naqvi. Naqvi was supposed to go to the movies … Continue reading It Was the Last Place I Wanted to Be…But My Parents Knew Better

We Are a Work in Progress Family… And That is Ok – Noah’s Story

By Corinne Wilkinson I arrive at Patrick Airlie Elementary, one of two Calgary Integrated School Support Program (ISSP) schools that receives funding from the Calgary Police Foundation (CPF).  ISSP offers a complete wrap-around model of teachers, Police Officers, Social Workers, psychologists, gym teachers, health care professionals, and daily nutritious meals to vulnerable youth. I have … Continue reading We Are a Work in Progress Family… And That is Ok – Noah’s Story