NYSP Phase Two report is out

NYSP report imageThe National Youth Screening Project (NYSP) has released its Phase Two report – Enhancing youth-focused, evidence-informed treatment practices through cross-sectoral collaboration.
The first section gives a brief summary of the NYSP project’s activities and findings from Phase One (a link to the full Phase One report is available above). Phase Two of the project provided the opportunity to disseminate the findings and recommendations to system stakeholders at the local, provincial/territorial and national levels, and to consider the implications of community, regional and sector differences. Phase Two also provided the opportunity to share the findings with youth, family members, and service providers, agency leadership and policy/decision makers who did not have the opportunity to provide their feedback and recommendations in Phase One. In order to achieve these goals, cconsultation meetings were held in five communities across Canada with groups of youth, families and other stakeholders.
This report outlines overall findings and recommendations across the consultation meetings as well as community-specific findings and recommendations.
Read the report here.

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