MONITORING REPORTS | MARCH 24, 2020REPORTS AND PUBLICATIONS | MARCH 24, 2020

Youth Substance Use Services in B.C. – An Update

This report provides an update to RCY’s 2016 inventory of youth substance use services in British Columbia. This new baseline of substance use services for youth will allow the Representative to measure and publicly report on progress made by the …


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MONITORING REPORTS | AUGUST 30, 2019

Adoption Update 2019

This is the fifth adoption and permanency options update RCY has released, following the Office’s 2014 in-depth review of the B.C. adoption system. At the time of the first report, the Representative committed to periodic follow-ups regarding the government’s progress …


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MONITORING REPORTS | MAY 25, 2016

A Review of Youth Substance Use Services in B.C.

Youth with substance use problems in British Columbia are faced with a piecemeal service system that can leave them for long periods of time without adequate or available services as they try to access treatment, finds a new report released …


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MONITORING REPORTS | JANUARY 12, 2016

Growing Up in B.C. Youth Infographic

How are youth doing in British Columbia? What do they think about health, money, bullying, and other issues they face? To follow up our report Growing Up in B.C. 2015, the Representative’s Office has released a new infographic that …


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MONITORING REPORTS | DECEMBER 9, 2015

B.C. Adoption Update

The Representative’s latest B.C. Adoption Update provides key statistics for this fiscal year to date and for the two previous fiscal years.  Numbers released today show improvement in some areas of B.C.’s provincial adoption process, including an increase in the …


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MONITORING REPORTS | JUNE 18, 2015

Growing Up in B.C. – 2015

This joint report between the Representative for Children and Youth and the Provincial Health Officer examines the question, “How are our children doing right now?”  The report finds that while there have been some improvements, vulnerable children and youth, especially …


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