Mental Health of Youth Experiencing Homelessness

Posted on Posted in 2015 Mental Health

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 […]

Connected By 25

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The Canadian Mental Health Association-Kelowna and District facilitates access to the resources individuals require to maintain and improve mental health and community integration, build resilience, and support recovery from mental illness. The Initiative Connected by 25 : This initiative focuses on the needs of youth/young adults aged 16 to 24 who are at risk of […]

Mental Health Partnership

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Covenant House Toronto has been supporting homeless youth for over 30 years. We provide emergency housing, transitional housing and a variety of wraparound supports to help youth move towards adulthood. This includes a   health care clinic staffed with nurses, physicians and psychiatrists, culinary job training program, on site high school, family reconciliation program,  housing and […]