About The Mississippi Mills Youth Centre

The Mississippi Mills Youth Centre (MMYC) is a fun and inclusive community space for youth aged 10-18.


Our Mission | To support youth in the discovery of themselves and their community. 

MMYC first opened our doors at 134 Main Street East, Almonte, Ontario in December 2016.  Since then, we have worked hard to create a youth centre that provides for the diverse needs and interests of our local youth. With the help of our community partners, volunteers, and donors, we are able to host a wide variety of programs, activities, and events for free or low-cost.


Our Vision | Confident, Contributing, Content Youth

Currently, the youth centre is closed to the public and we are providing all programs online via Zoom.
*See our Programs page for more info.


Our office remains open with reduced staff to accept donations and monitor the phones.
We are open 10am-6pm Monday-Friday

Meet Our Team !

  • Directing Manager:  Sarah Bingham  (she/her)
  • Program Coordinator:  Maybe McInnis (they/them)
  • Food and Nutrition Program Coordinator: Lilli Nothnagel (she/her)
  • Youth Workers: Finn Kavanagh (he/they) and Karma Millar (she/her)



We also have a full and dedicated Board of Directors:

  • Mary Ann Murray, Chair
  • Judy Marsh, Secretary
  • Vacant, Treasurer
  • Hunter Graves
  • Josh Villeneuve
  • Josh Gamble
  • Alice Clark
  • Joyce Delahunt


-to be welcoming to youth and community

-to be responsive to youth needs and interests

-to promote reduced stress levels in youth

-to provide a safe environment for youth

-to encourage healthy habits in youth

-to encourage responsibility in youth

-to encourage community involvement, engagement and contribution by youth

-to encourage involvement and engagement by community with youth

-to encourage positive behaviours, attitudes and approaches among youth

-to encourage positive peer relationships among youth

-to promote skill development with youth

-to promote healthy social connections among youth

-to promote a sense of belonging in youth

-to promote well-being of youth

-to promote resilience in youth

-to offer youth opportunities for success 

-to offer youth opportunities for fun