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Date(s) - 02/10/2014
8:00 am - 3:15 pm

Room 1425, The Royal




This first day of discussion will focus on how Champlain can develop a transitional aged youth / emerging adults (16-24) system of services and how the mental health and addictions sector can best support this population. The morning will focus on reflection – reviewing improvements / key learnings from within our area and innovations from other regions. During the afternoon we will work toward an understanding of the current environment of services – recognizing key pressure points within the system and looking at how partnerships, collaborations, service enhancements, and integrations are impacting young adults and their families.

Goals for the Day:


  • Review recent initiatives / pilots in the area of Transitional Youth within Champlain
  • Learn about other strategies in other regions of the province, specifically Hamilton area
  • Engage, build relationships, and collaborate with the broader system of Champlain MH&A providers serving Transitional Aged Youth
  • Develop a shared understanding of the current environment and pressure points
  • Develop a shared vision for Transitional Aged Youth
  • Identify strategies for moving collaboratively forward


Target Audience:


  • Clinicians, administrators, and others bringing a systems perspective to working with or supporting this population in the Champlain region



    Room 1425, The Royal, 1145 Carling Ave, Ottawa, Ontario, K1Z 7K4



This event is fully booked.