We are so excited to be opening our second location in Calgary's Southeast and bring our unique model to more youth.
Cornerstone is a free prevention focused Youth Centre for grades 6-9. Providing a professionally run therapeutic program including; homework help, mentoring, sports, games, formal music instruction, creative arts, and endless healthy hot meals to kids in Calgary's Northeast and Southeast.
We believe in personal growth and resiliency traits to inspire youth to reach their potential and avoid hardships. Using the research backed "40 Developmental Assets" approach, Cornerstone actively and intentionally interacts with each Youth based on their individual needs. Some come for social skill building, some come for gang prevention, and some come simply to explore personality traits.
"We believe in Youth" is our motto, and we stand by it with no restrictions.
What People Are Saying
"Cornerstone has been a wonderful thing for my youngest son. It has and is helping him develop his social skills beyond school and friendships. He can't wait to get there to find out what the staff have planned daily. Thank you Cornerstone"
— Melissa Davis, Read More
"I would just like to thank everyone at Cornerstone. My son goes there alot and he loves it. Wonderful people!!"
— Joanne Harper, Read More
"I feel so blessed that my children have a safe, fun, creative place to go to n i could go on..the staff is amazing! Thank you for creating an environment for are kids to grow."
— Melissa Cote, Read More
"It's a vulnerable age and this centre provides a place for them to figure out who they're gonna be"
— CBC - Larry Leach, Read More
"The focus here is on children in grades 6 to 9, which Gray calls “a very vulnerable age” for at-risk kids. “The average recruiting age for gangs and prostitution is around Grade 6,” he says."
— Calgary Herald - Valerie Fortney, Read More
"If it wasn't for them my youngest son would have gotten into a lot of trouble. They taught both of them how to play instruments and let them start a band that also was given the opportunity to play at different events. Thank you so much."
— Cheryl Rogers, Read More