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Protective Factors

  • Protective factors within individuals and communities counter risk factors or provide buffers to reduce the negative impact.
  • They strengthen healthy beliefs and clear standards for behavior.
  • They build bonding to family, community, school and/or positive peers by providing opportunities for meaningful contribution, teaching skills necessary for contributing and recognizing skillful performance. eg. Youth bonding with at least one caring adult.

For more information on the 10 protective factors in Squamish, please refer to the youth survey report. Click Here

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