8In an attempt to prepare previously disadvantaged young men for independent living Beth Uriel agrees to:

  1. Provide quality residential care to 26 young men (between the ages of 18 and 24) including three meals a day and other basic needs (toiletries, etc.)
  2. Assist youth in school (re)-integration and after hours academic support at both the secondary and tertiary levels
  3. Engage youth in positive social alternatives including weekend and holiday programs (sport, music, recreation, etc.)
  4. Encourage job readiness through life skills and part-time job experience
  5. Explore issues of identity and masculinity through peer support, group work and one-on-one counselling7