www.getpluggedin.ca – provides links to different ways for youth to get involved in their communities and different activities. An initiative of Ophea which is a not-for-profit organization that champions healthy, active living in schools and communities through quality programs and services, partnerships and advocacy, and is led by the vision that all children and youth
Are you 12-29 years of age? Looking to make a change your community? Do you have a great idea? Read Stream 2 application details (pdf) Complete Eligibility form by December 17, 2013 Talk to us! email@example.com 416.963.4927 416.963.7905 (TTY) Share With your networks and other young leaders #YOFatOTF The Youth Opportunities Fund provides grants
On October 18 2013, thanks to Youth Champions from Sarnia Lambton Children’s Aid Society, hosted an awesome 2 day Southwest zone event! They spent an evening relaxing at the Draw Bridge Inn, famous for a indoor pool with a 95 foot slide! The group of Youth Champions from 9 different agencies and youth leaders engaged
2013 Child Welfare Report The Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies (OACAS) published the 2013 Child Welfare Report, providing recommendations to the government to help improve and advance child welfare in Ontario. The priorities speak specifically to the recommendations arising from the report of the Commission for Sustainable Child Welfare, Realizing a Sustainable Child Welfare
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School Tips It’s that time of year again… back to school! Going back to school can be fun for some, stressful for many, fearful for others, and sometimes a mix of all of these! Here are some back to school tips that can help you be a successful student throughout the year. Homework and assignments:
The seventh annual YouthCAN conference, themed “Fit for SUCCESS” and focussing on physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual well-being, ran from August 12 – 14, 2013. Along with access to keynote speakers, 30 + workshops, 20 + community organizations, and various sports and activities, youth in attendance from around the province got the opportunity to share
As of May 15, 2013, the Continued Care and Support for Youth (CCSY) program has replaced the former Extended Care and Maintenance (ECM) guidelines. Through CCSY, youth ages 18, 19, and 20 can receive financial and other supports from a Children’s Aid Society (CAS). This support is intended to help youth build on their strengths
It has been a very exciting time for youth in care across the province. There has been a ton of positive changes for you and many people have supported the future changes. This newsletter is jammed pack with the updates that you not only need to know about, but in a way you can understand!