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Statement in response to MMHA’s commitment to increase youth addictions treatment beds

Government's announcement to increase the number of treatment beds in B.C. for youth struggling with addictions is a positive step ...
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Métis child and youth injuries and deaths focus of new collaborative report

Invisible Children: A Descriptive Analysis of Injury and Death Reports for Métis Children and Youth in British Columbia, 2015 to ...
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NEW DEPUTY REPRESENTATIVE FOR RCY

Samantha Cocker selected as Deputy Representative, Advocacy and First Nations, Métis and Inuit Relations Click here for news release ...
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Effective Approaches for Reducing Childhood Anxiety

Practical and effective interventions to assist families and practitioners helping young people with anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond ...
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I need braces and I have asked my social worker and have not received an answer yet. It’s been six months. Can you help me get the braces I need?

One of our advocates can help you by requesting that the social worker answer your question as soon as possible ...
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I live in a group home. Can you help get me a transfer?

If you are unhappy where you've been placed, the Rep's office can help you think of ways to solve a ...
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I live in a group home and I am turning 19 soon. Am I able to stay here, or do I have to move?

When you turn 19, you are no longer considered a child in care and you cannot typically live in a ...
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I have been in the same foster home for three years, and now I have to move, but I don’t want to. What should I do?

It might be possible for you to stay with your foster family, but each young person's situation is different. The ...
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