Category: 2014 Mental Health
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2014 La Santé mentale des jeunes sans abri
Situation canadienne Dans les communautés à l’échelle nationale, l’incapacité de répondre aux besoins spécifiques des jeunes sans abri dont les besoins en santé mentale sont complexes et l’absence de services appropriés, offerts en temps opportun provoquent une situation de crise chez les jeunes sans abri, leurs familles, les organismes communautaires et les structures qui tentent […]
Needs Assessment Narrative
Canadian Landscape In communities across the country, the failure to address the specific needs of homeless youth with complex mental health needs and the lack of appropriate, timely services is resulting in a crisis for homeless young people, their families and the community agencies and structures that seek to support them. While it is difficult […]
Moving the Homeless Youth and Mental Health Conversation Forward
français Approfondir le dialogue sur les jeunes sans abri et la santé mentale Reflections on the National Needs Assessment Sean Kidd, Ph.D. Toronto Centre for Addiction and Mental Health University of Toronto Department of Psychiatry Sean Kidd is a Clinical Psychologist and Head of Psychological Services, Toronto Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Schizophrenia Division. […]
Mental Health of Homeless Youth Presentation
On November 21, 2013, Dr. Sean Kidd, Assistant Professor at University of Toronto (Department of Psychiatry) and discussed his work on the mental health of homeless youth with the National Learning Community on Youth Homelessness. Here is the video recording of this session.
Connected by 25
Connected By 25 français Connected by 25 is a 2014 winner of Eva’s Awards for Ending Youth Homelessness and is a great prevention program model. “This program works. More people are coming down with the same symptoms, more people like me can have success, a helping hand to push them to the next steps, a […]