As we all feel the impact of COVID-19, it is important to remember that these challenges can be overwhelming for those who rely on us for support. Here at STR8 UP we have faced these challenges and remain available to support those who have left gang involved and criminal lifestyles. Click here to learn more about the virtual and ongoing work our staff are doing, and to help us in this unique time.
SPECIAL NOTICE: We do not solicit donations door-to-door. If you encounter someone posing as a representative of STR8 UP, please report to 306-244-1771
STR8 UP offers outreach services, programming, and support to those who have lived or are living criminal street lifestyles and who want to make positive changes in their lives.
Our goal is to provide hope, healing, and opportunities and to walk beside our members as they take their 10,000 little steps.
We provide a supportive community where our members can bond over shared experiences and learn together.
We strengthen community across the city and province by sharing our stories and working to promote understanding and empathy.
We’ve been running community presentations for over 15 years across Saskatchewan and the prairies. Our presentations focus on the goals and conditions of being a STR8 UP member, and provide an opportunity for members to share their personal experiences with trauma and healing.
Consider volunteering a few hours of your time or making a monetary donation. You’ll change someone’s life with your charitable contribution by giving them the tools to meet life’s challenges and empowering them to see their own inherent worth and place in our community.
Join the movement to erase the margins
Your donation helps STR8 UP continue to offer outreach services, employment and life skills programming to hundreds of ex-gang members. We recognize that this journey is long – made up of 10,000 Little Steps – every dollar given helps make each of these steps a little more manageable. Your support is crucial to our success.
Former gang member, STR8 UP bring transformational programming to Prince Albert BY RYAN KESSLER GLOBAL NEWS Posted June 11, 2020 5:52 pm Updated June 12, 2020 7:17 am Watch Story Here!
Elder Cecil Eashappie answers the question: How do Elders see working with Gang Members? https://www.facebook.com/STR8UPsaskatoon/videos/1189629754714293/