All participants will be asked for their insights about the gaps, barriers, and opportunities to support better outcomes for children, youth and families
* A national study conducted by the University of Vermont's Center for Children, Youth and Families
reports that children aged seven to 16 are today more likely to suffer from social problems, attention problems, aggression, anxiety and depression than they were in the mid-1970s (Goleman, 1993).
By refocusing our efforts in these critical areas, we can help children, youth and families
realize the better quality of life envisioned for all Saskatchewan people in our Plan for Growth, Draude said.
To develop a model for community planning to support the delivery of comprehensive and integrated services and supports for children, youth and families
in the counties of Grey and Bruce.
The project provides education and support to at-risk children, youth and families
by encouraging them to explore a host of issues including conflict resolution, violence, self-esteem, racism, and building healthy relationships.
Towards strengthening, consolidating and enhancing existing efforts to provide local services and supports to children, youth and families
in low-income high-risk community located in southeast Scarborough.