Child & Youth Health – CE Reports
Below is a list of Community Engagement project reports associated with child & youth health.
This summary captures feedback gathered from a focus group with parents and family members of youth aged 12 – 25 years who require mental health & substance use services (as well as other social services, primary care and youth and family support) in Richmond.
This report summarizes the background on the renewal of the 0- 5 Public Health Nursing Program as well as feedback gathered at a forum held in October of 2018 that was facilitated by the CE Team.
This report captures stakeholder’s ideas for change, gathered over a four month engagement process to inform the Vancouver Child and Youth Mental Health and Substance Use strategy.
This report summarizes the feedback gathered from two public forums held in March 2017 to inform the development of a strategic framework for VCH’s Child and Youth Mental Health and Substance Use Services.
This report summarizes stakeholder feedback gathered throughout an engagement process on Occupational Therapy services for school aged children in Dec of 2016 & Jan of 2017.
This report summarizes the feedback and input of survey and interview participants which were part of the patient and public engagement plan for Primary Care Redesign and the Pine Clinic’s youth clients.
Teachers, school counselors, peer educators and community organizations provide input into a “refresh of the Condomania (youth sexual health) program in Vancouver.