Thrive strives to support social service providers across all sectors in providing the best possible services for vulnerable people in our communities. We endeavour to encourage communication, connection and collaboration through the following initiatives:
Thrive’s Community Newsflash Newsletter “What’s Up!”
Thrive enables over 1600+ individuals and organizations to quickly share information pertaining to youth through our e-mail newsletter “What’s Up!” We encourage all individuals and organizations to send us any information they wish to share such as upcoming events, program deadlines, training opportunities, etc., which Thrive can distribute quickly to the broader community. Send the details to firstname.lastname@example.org to have them posted.
To sign-up for our Community Newsflash please click on the following link:
To view the most recent newsletters click on the following links:
- November 23rd, 2020
- November 16th, 2020
- November 9th, 2020
- November 2nd, 2020
- October 26th, 2020
- October 19th, 2020
- October 13th, 2020
- October 5th, 2020
- September 29th, 2020
- September 21st, 2020
- September 14th, 2020
- September 8th, 2020
- September 1st, 2020
Directory of Services
Thrive offers both an online and hardcopy version of the Directory of Services which lists the services available to individuals mainly in the St. John’s metro region. The directory is updated annually and can be viewed on our website. Please send us your information if you would like to be added to the directory.
Click on the following link to download the latest version of our Directory of Services:
Professional Development & Training Opportunities
Thrive offers affordable professional development training to service providers. Currently Thrive offers two training opportunities, CASEY – Coalition Against the Sexual Exploitation of Youth and Trauma Informed Practice. Thrive strives to ensure that all training provides practical information and best practice skills on the issues that challenge us all as service providers.
For additional information on any of these initiatives, please contact Ange Crockwell or 754-0536 ext. 201