Impact Report- Q1 2022

With the increasing demand for services, children’s mental health agencies across Canada are struggling to keep up. Here are a few trends in mental health and mental health service delivery we’ve encountered…

More Complex Needs – The demand on the system to adapt to the needs of more diverse populations is growing.

Increased Demand, No Money – As a result of great advocacy and reduced stigma, more people are accessing services. Funding is not proportional.

Digital Services – New digital solutions present incredible opportunities. Risk, uncertainty and skillset underinvestment are slowing adoption.

Accessing Services – Barriers such as geography and work obligations prevent a parent from getting their child to care.

To read about the work we’re doing to support change in the sector, check out our newest quarterly project summaries 
HERE.



At the completion of a project, we create knowledge translation documents so that other organizations can learn from our work and implement the solutions for themselves. You can view and download them from our knowledge hub.

Charitable Investment 

As always, we greatly appreciate your ongoing support! If you are considering donating, please visit our website to learn of the many ways you can contribute.

We’re hiring!

We’re looking for some talented individuals to join our team. If you want to apply your skills to create a positive impact and change for your community, we’d love to hear from you! To learn more about the open roles, please see the linked job descriptions below.

Director, Consulting

Manager, Communications, Marketing and Social Media


Interested candidates can submit a resume and a cover letter to Quentin Broad at [email protected].

OUR NEXT GUEST

Garrick Tiplady is the Vice President & Country Director for Meta in Canada, the company formerly known as Facebook. We discussed how his previous roles paved the way to Meta, his philanthropic work, and how Meta combatted COVID-19 misinformation and supported vaccination efforts across Canada. Listen HERE for our conversation.

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Please note that our organization does not directly provide mental health services. To find a Children's Mental Health Centre in Ontario, click here. If you are in a crisis, please call 911 or go to your nearest Emergency Department.