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For reports prior to 2008, please consult the McCreary archive.


Connections and Companionship: The health of BC youth with pets

Connections and Companionship is the first report examining the relationship between BC youth and their companion animals. This report describes some of the benefits of pet ownership, including a links to positive health and feelings of safety, but also identifies some of the associated barriers, such as accessing housing and health care.

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Our communities, our youth: The health of homeless and street-involved youth in BC

This report profiles the health of youth who are homeless, precariously housed, or involved in a street lifestyle, and describes not only the challenges in their lives, but also their continued engagement in school and community.

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Moving Upstream: Aboriginal Marginalized and Street-Involved Youth in BC

This report analyzes the experiences in nine B.C. communities of more than 400 homeless, inadequately housed, street-involved and marginalized Aboriginal youth ages 12 to 18. The report also includes the response to these findings from Aboriginal community members, and calls for increased services.


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Improving the Odds: Next Steps Workshops with Marginalized and Street Involved Youth

Summarizing workshops McCreary Centre Society facilitated with street-involved and marginalized youth across the province. The workshops provided youth with opportunities to discuss the results of the report Against the Odds: A profile of marginalized youth in BC (2007), and to make recommendations for change.


For reports prior to 2008, please consult the McCreary archive.

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McCreary Centre Society
3552 East Hastings Street
Vancouver, BC, V5K 2A7