Peachland Boys & Girls Club

The Okanagan Boys & Girls Clubs has been a leading provider of programs to children, youth and families since 1959. Each year, our programs and services support the healthy physical, educational and social development of over 7,000 young people and families in 33 clubs and service locations throughout the Okanagan valley. We help young people grow healthy, happy and safely from birth to adulthood, and are a resource and support for parents throughout their family’s involvement with us. Programs at the Peachland Boys and Girls Club include a preschool, after school program, recreation programs for children and youth, and access to support services for at-risk youth. To learn more, click here to visit our website, click here to email the Peachland Boys and Girls Club, or call 250.767.2515. Come see us to find out why the Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs is “a good place to be!”

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Peachland Youth Council

Join your Peachland Youth Council! The Youth Council meets to discuss interests, youth council goals, special events, community projects and more. Council members will build their leadership and teamwork skills while planning fun events for your friends. Participation in the Youth Council is a great addition to your resume. To join, call 250.767.2515 or text 250.859.3893.

Youth Services

Empowerment Through Employment (Ages 14-18)
The Empowerment Through Employment program is an employment-focused program specifically designed to meet the needs of youth ages 14-18 who are not able to access WORKBC and require assistance in securing and maintaining employment. Contact: 250.868.8541.

Reconnect (Ages 13-18)
Reconnect provides support, referrals, parent-teen mediation and advocacy for high-risk youth that are homeless or at-risk of homelessness. Contact: 250.859.2524.

Outreach Mental Health (Ages 12-18)
Outreach Mental Health is a short term program providing mental health services to high risk youth with psychiatric issues who are not willing or not able to access mainstream mental health services. Contact: 250.869.5093.

Graffiti Art Project

Watch Graffiti Workshop