Our Services

Residential Care

Perspective Youth Services residential treatment home is called Vista House.  Located in the quaint town of Petrolia, Vista House is a twenty-four-hour supervised group home that has a capacity for eight male youth between the ages of 12-18 years old.  

On a daily basis, qualified Child and Youth Workers, support the residents' of Vista House and ensure that their physical and emotional needs are met.  This means that staff not only provide a clean home and nutritious meals, but also provide therapeutic treatment and emotional support.  Perspective Youth Services’ program is designed to provide a safe and structured environment for adolescent youth so that they may have the opportunity to develop positive thinking patterns, increased decision-making capabilities, and learn to take ownership of their behaviors.

Supported Independent Living

 This program seeks to support youth who are living independently in our community.  Children’s Services Agencies are able to utilize our qualified Child and Youth Worker's to offer extra support during the transition to independence. Perspective Youth Services is able to  provide a staff that meets with the youth in their home, to help them with independence skills such as budgeting, grocery shopping, paying bills, and transportation to medical appointments, etc.  

Brief Support & Assistance

Children’s Services Agencies are able to utilize our qualified Child and Youth Worker's on a temporary basis.  Whether for a one-time activity or over several month, our Child and Youth Workers are available to support the youth of our community. For example: an agency could use a youth worker to transport a youth from one placement to another, to attend court on behalf of the guardian, or to attend an cultural event with the youth.  

Transition Support

Children’s Services Agencies who are seeking to support a youth that is transitioning back into their family home are able to use our Child and Youth Workers.  Perspective Youth Services can provide a staff to go into the family home for several hours per week and work with the youth and their family members on reintegration, to help reduce the risk of placement breakdown.