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On December 21, 2020 the provincial government announced $12.5 million of funding for 15 high-needs communities in Ontario to help deliver key interventions in neighbourhoods that were hardest-hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. These interventions were to include community...Read More
We utilize a Supervision Model in each counselling session with youth in our community. Most of our counsellors at the CYHC are trainees- this is how we provide free services to youth in our community. The trainees receive counselling experience and the youth receive...Read More
Foundry is a network of Integrated Youth Services (IYS) in British Columbia, Canada. Our service model offers a seamless experience from the moment young people and their caregivers walk through the doors to when they are connected with a service provider best suited...Read More
Momma Moments is a peer-to-peer support and strengths-based program at Choices for Youth (CFY) for young pregnant and parenting women ages 16-29, created in response to a clearly identified service gap in our community. We heard and observed that there was no...Read More
In 2009 extensive research was undertaken regarding integrated service delivery systems. ISD Model was then tested at two demonstration sites with very encouraging results including: waitlists for children and youth mental health services were reduced by 89-100% and...Read More
The Grove is an Integrated Youth Hub providing equitable access to quality, evidence-informed, youth-specific interventions matched to the level of need for youth aged 12-26. These hubs, supported by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) and Youth Wellness...Read More
The Tubbe philosophy in rest and care homes. “For as long as we are alive, we need to LIVE OUR LIVES and above all, live them to the fullest extent”
The Tubbe model is built on a fundamental principle: nursing home residents are to be involved in decisions about their daily lives and the place where they live. Equally, staff involvement is key. As regards the senior management, their role shifts from classic...Read More
Typically, clinical/ organizational consultations are core activities of healthcare Ethicists. Clinical consultations tend to deal with challenges involving a particular patient, while organizational consultations tend to deal with challenges faced by the organization...Read More
In 2017, St. Joseph’s Care Group (SJCG) Northwest Regional Rehabilitative Care Program (RRCP) formally identified significant gaps in rehabilitative services throughout remote Indigenous communities. Gaps include a need to improve rehabilitation programming to support...Read More
Collaboration of Community Based Services to Build Pathways to Isolation Supports for Vulnerable Populations During the Covid-19 Pandemic
In March 2020, at the outset of the Covid-19 pandemic, safe isolation space emerged as a priority for people experiencing homelessness in order to mitigate transmission of the virus through emergency shelters and amongst vulnerable populations. It was recognized that...Read More
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