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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 don’t feel like my social worker is listening to me. Where can I make a complaint?

Each region has staff known as “dispute resolution consultants” who listen to complaints and help resolve issues. You can find ...
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I am not a child in care. Do you only advocate for children in care?

No. Any child or youth can contact us and talk to someone who will determine if we are able to ...
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I am currently staying at a safe house and I don’t want to return home. Can you help me find a place to live?

A social worker within the Ministry of Children and Family Development will need to assess your situation to determine the ...
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