AHS Youth Resources

McCreary is committed to returning the results of the survey to young people. We are currently preparing an interactive curriculum which teachers, youth workers and others who work with youth can use to engage young people in a dialogue about risk and protective factors for healthy development.

A poster created by McCreary’s Youth Advisory and Action Council is available to download here.

Hard copies of the poster are available to purchase by completing and emailing McCreary this form.

April Webinars

BC Adolescent Health Survey

McCreary continues to host web-based presentations of the BC Adolescent Health Survey results.

Each session will last for an hour and provide an overview of the provincial findings, including the current health of BC youth and changes in health behaviours over the past decade.

Information about the currently scheduled presentations is below, but we are happy to add more if there is interest. It can take some time to download the Webex software, so we recommend starting to log in five or ten minutes before the meeting.

To download a copy of the report, please click here.

Latest News

Newsletter

McCreary's Spring 2014 Newsletter is now available. Click here.

 

Job Posting

McCreary is looking to recruit a new Administrative Assistant. The position will begin June 2nd, 2014.

To view the job advertisement, click here.

New Resources

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.

To learn more about the YAG application process, click here.

To download a copy of the application form, click here.

BC AHS Youth Film

Leading BC figures provided commentary on the AHS findings in the film below, featuring Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond, the Representative for Children and Youth, and Bob Lenarduzzi, owner of the Vancouver Whitecaps.

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