Welcome to Our Network

We are committed to helping children and youth grow up healthy, confident and secure -ensuring they are able to, or enabled to, realize their full potential and develop capacities needed to participate in and contribute to their communities.

 

If you have an upcoming event, let us know so it can be posted on our Events Calendar located below.

News and Upcoming Events

Youth Housing and Homelessness

 

        Featuring Guest Speakers:

Dr. Stephen Gaetz, Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, York University/Director of the Canadian Homelessness Research Network and Homeless Hub

 

Terrilee Kelford, Executive Director, Kelford Youth Services/Co-Chair for Cornerstone Landing 

Presentation on Rural Youth Housing Working Group
Presented on June 23 in Ottawa by the Child and Youth Health Network of Eastern Ontario
Presentation on Rural Youth Housing Work
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Presentation by Dr. Stephen Gaetz
Presented on June 23 in Ottawa by the Child and Youth Health Network of Eastern Ontario
Presentation by Dr. Stephen Gaetz.Ottawa
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Presentation by Terrilee Kelford
Cornerstone Landing: Homelessness in Perth, Ontario
Presentation by Terrilee Kelford.Ottawa.
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Survey on Rural Youth Housing and Homelessness
Cover letter and survey distributed on June 23 by the Child and Youth Health Network of Eastern Ontario
Cover letter and housing survey.pdf
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More Than Shelter - Executive Summary
CHEO_More_Than_Shelter_Executive_Summary
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More Than Shelter - Full Report
CHEO_More_Than_Shelter.pdf
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Canadian Child and Youth Health and Housing Action Statement
To endorse this statement, visit www.housingandchildhealth.ca
Housing Action Statement.pdf
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Caring for Kids New to Canada helps health professionals provide quality care to immigrant and refugee children, youth and families. It was developed by the Canadian Paediatric Society with experts in newcomer health. Learn more about Caring for Kids New to Canada

 

Throughout the site, you’ll find information and resources to enhance patient care and help you better understand the unique health needs of these kids. 

 

Developed by the Canadian Paediatric Society with input from a range of experts and organizations, Caring for Kids New to Canada has evidence-based information on assessing and screening patients, medical conditions, health promotion, child development, and much more. It also explores how issues beyond the clinical setting affect health, such as culture, social and environmental conditions, health care systems, and public policy. 

 

Go to Caring for Kids New to Canada >>

SAVE THE DATE!


The First R Relationships:

Love Builds Brains

 

October 2, 2014

7:00 - 9:00 PM

 

October 3, 2014

Full day

 

Presenter: Dr. Jean Clinton

 

This presentation explores the developing brain and the crucial role relationships with others play in healthy development.

 


CYHNEO & Community Events Calendar