• New policy paper

    Adding it all up: A value-based allocation process

    This report proposes an approach to the question: How can lead agencies best allocate their resources across the seven core service areas? Take a look at full paper to learn more.

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    Taking action on healthy equity and diversity

    Our latest policy paper looks at the mental health needs of children, youth and families new to Canada. Read the full paper.

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  • Doing more with what you know

    New knowledge mobilization toolkit

    Our latest online toolkit is a practical guide to KMb. It combines the best available evidence with real-world examples to help you share what works. It even has a hands-on, step-by-step planning form to get you started and guide you through the process.

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  • You’ve got questions. We’ll find the answers

    Evidence In-Sight Service

    A free consultation service that provides agencies with information on evidence-informed practices that responds to their needs.

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  • Stay in the know

    Register for our e-newsletter

    Interested in hearing more about what we’re working on these days? Keep up to date on the Centre’s latest activities, resources and tools by registering for Field Notes.

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Policy papers

Information which helps decision makers respond effectively to pressing issues

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Measures database

Profiling measures related to child and youth mental health and program evaluation

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Youth and family engagement

Communities are healthier and safer when youth and adults work together.

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Evidence In-Sight

Free consultation services for your agency.

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Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health

695 Industrial Avenue, Ottawa Ontario, K1G 0Z1
Tel.: 613-737-2297   Fax: 613-738-4894
Email: centre@cheo.on.ca

Please note: We do not provide mental health advice, counselling or treatment. If you, or if someone
you know is in crisis right now, please call the Kids Help Phone at 1-800-668-6868.

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