This report shares findings from our project on youth with FASD who have substance use challenges. Fifty young people with FASD, as well as 55 caregivers and service providers, were interviewed for their perspectives on risks associated with FASD, service barriers, and effective approaches and supports that can reduce the risk of substance use and facilitate youth's healthy transition to adulthood. The project also included data analysis from previously collected youth self-report surveys.
To download a copy of the report, please click here.
Central Vancouver Island and Fraser North AHS Reports
Following the release earlier this year of the provincial findings of the 2013 BC Adolescent Health Survey, which was completed by close to 30,000 BC students in Grades 7-12, McCreary is pleased to announce the release of the results for the Central Vancouver Island and Fraser North regions
To download a copy of the Fraser North report, please click here.
To view the media release for the Fraser North report, please click here.
Youth Action Grants (YAG) - Grants up to $500 for youth-led projects
The Youth Action Grants (YAG) are a project of the McCreary Youth Advisory & Action Council (YAC). The YAGs were created to provide BC youth (ages 12-19) from school districts that participated in the 2013 BC Adolescent Health Survey, the opportunity to deliver a project which aims to improve youth health in their school or community.
Report Launches - Fraser North and Central Vancouver Island results of the 2013 BC Adolescent Health Survey
Webinars that were scheduled for this week have been postponed to a later date. The new schedule for these presentations is below.
McCreary will be hosting webinar presentations promoting the launch of our most recent reports on the health of youth in Fraser North and Central Vancouver Island.
Following the earlier release of the 2013 BC AHS provincial results, these reports continue the series of 16 that will profile the health of youth in each area of the province. Each presentation will be 45 minutes long, followed by time for questions and discussion with the hosts.