About Us

Breaking the cycle for future generations

RAP provides support to high schools; our facilitators offer a trusted, judgment-free space with a focus on one-on-one relationship building and conflict resolution. 

Our youth face abuse, crime, bullying and more. We help students face the personal challenges in their lives, breaking the cycle for future generations.

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In 11 High Schools Across Saskatoon

Holy Cross High School
Bedford Road Collegiate
Bethlehem High School
Walter Murray High School
Centennial Collegiate
Tommy Douglas Collegiate
Bishop James Mahoney High School
St. Joseph High School
Nutana Collegiate
Mount Royal Collegiate
E.D. Feehan High School

If you know of someone who is struggling, check in with your school facilitator.

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In 11 High Schools Across Saskatoon

Holy Cross High School
Bedford Road Collegiate
Bethlehem High School
Walter Murray High School
Centennial Collegiate
Tommy Douglas Collegiate
Bishop James Mahoney High School
St. Joseph High School
Nutana Collegiate
Mount Royal Collegiate
E.D. Feehan High School

If you know of someone who is struggling, check in with your school facilitator.

Find a Facilitator

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We wouldn’t exist without your ongoing support.

Together, we can empower our youth and build a safer, stronger community.

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What We're Hearing

Without my facilitator and the RAP program, I honestly don’t think I would be here today. Words are powerless to express my gratitude. She has changed my life dramatically and I don’t know what I would do without her.

Student

The RAP program provides a response that addresses the gap between regular school supervision and police involvement. Students can stay engaged in school because they are provided appropriate tools and solutions to deal with issues like bullying, violence, conflict and mental health. The RAP facilitators are skilled professionals that have the time and training to make sure school is a safe and supportive environment for both students and staff.

Chief of Police,
Saskatoon Police Service

First, it provides hope. Relationships that have been harmed, where scars could be carried for years, have the opportunity to be healed or at least improved.
Second, it helps students to understand that their choices impact real people.

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