Integrated Youth Services: People, Pathways and Processes - Shared screen with speaker view
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Hello everyone, my name is Sammi Marriner and I work with at risk youth in a specialized high school program within a college. I assist these youth with connecting to resources in the area.
Looking forward to sharing with you all in a few minutes.
Thank you! I am so excited for this webinar!
Hi, I'm Linda Warford, the Youth and Emerging Adults Consultant with the Gov of NL. We are working on ISD in this province. Very excited to hear your presentation.
Hi, Tanya Halsall, Postdoctoral Fellow at the Institute of Mental Health Research in Ottawa. Happy to be here!
Hello, Rinita Mazumder, Research and Evaluation Associate from PolicyWise for Children and Families in Alberta!
Hi Chloe Guinaudie, knowledge translation Coordinator at ACCESS Open Minds!
Hi Rinita, really enjoyed the article from your group on ISD.
Hi everyone, I'm Jeff Rocca, Knowledge Broker with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.
Hi there, I
Oops, Hi I’m Elise Durante from Foundry BC
Welcome Linda, Nathan, Tanya, Rinita, Kyla, Chloe and Jeff!
Welcome Elise and Marie-Lou :)
This webinar is the third in our series. If you missed the first or second one, you can access the recordings, slides and a handy infographic summarizing the findings here: www.frayme.ca/news/frayme-mind-webinars.
Welcome Leyna :)
Hi Paul, nice to see you online again!
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Linda, sorry I missed your message there! Thank you, that's wonderful to hear!
Your article was very helpful in our research.
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The organizations included in the scan so far include both international and Canadian organizations. The international organizations include Jigsaw (Ireland), Headspace (Australia) and Youth One Stop Shops (New Zealand). In Canada, the scan included Foundry (a network in British Columbia), YouthCan IMPACT (a network in Ontario), ACCESS Open Minds (a pan-Canadian network), Choices for Youth (a single site based in St. John’s, Newfoundland), NorWest Youth Hub (a single site based in Winnipeg, Manitoba), Stella’s Place (a single site based in Toronto, Ontario), and Youth Wellness Centre (a single site based in Hamilton, Ontario). We look forward to expanding the scan with additional sites and networks soon!
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Wondering about consent/information sharing for youth under age?
Thank you! In terms of age, in the research i did there were several ISD sites serving 12 to 25.
A reminder that all questions can be put in the Q&A chatbox and we will get to them at the end of the presentation :) I see some questions already coming in which is great!
Are you able to comment on the level of qualification of direct service staff at hubs? Are they generally regulated professionals (i.e. RSW) or a mix of regulated and unregulated?