Youth Research Academy

About the YRA

The YRA is a group of youth aged 16 to 24 with experience of the government care system. Members of the YRA are trained to conduct research projects of interest to youth in and from government care and the agencies that serve them.

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Youth Research Slam:A model for engaging experiential youth in community-based research

BC Adolescent Health Survey

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About the BC Adolescent Health Survey

The BC Adolescent Health Survey (BC AHS) is a questionnaire used to gather information about young people’s physical and emotional health, and about factors that can influence health during adolescence or in later life. The survey is conducted by the McCreary Centre Society in collaboration with the provincial government and public health system, and with the cooperation of BC’s school districts.

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Strategies to reduce risky alcohol use among underage girls: An evidence review

TRRUST: Collective Impact

About TRRUST: Collective Impact for youth aging out of care in Vancouver

To find out more about TRRUST-CI and to access resources including youth journey maps, evaluation results and dissemination tools click here.

To read about our governance and structure, click here.