National Conference on Keeping Kids Safe and Connected
Champions for Children and Youth 2013 B.C. Summit:
A National Conference on Keeping Kids Safe and Connected
April 24/25, 2013 – Sheraton Wall Centre, Vancouver
- Behaviour modeling
- Cultivating child-friendly communities
- Bully proofing
- Roles of government and institutions in youth safety
- Needs of Aboriginal children and youth in the community
Mental Health Knowledge Network Webinar Series
CWLC has launched its Mental Health Knowledge Network (MHKN) webinar series - a unique and valuable knowledge-sharing forum by members, for members.
3rd National Symposium on Child and Youth Mental Health
Themes: Access, Wait Times & The Role of Schools in Mental Health
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!!
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Participants will include families, educators, youth, service providers, policy and practice leaders, clinicians, researchers, and child welfare and mental health professionals.
Sponsored by: National Infant, Child and Youth Mental Health Consortium and School-Based Mental Health and Substance Abuse Consortium
For more information, please contact us at email@example.com
Building integrative juvenile justice systems: Approaches and methodologies regarding mental disorders and drugs misuse
• Study of the situation of young offenders with mental disorders or disorders related to drugs misuse: the basics of intervention.
• The response of juvenile-justice systems to offences committed by minors and young people suffering from mental disorders.
• Juvenile delinquency related to drugs misuse: profile of young offenders and analysis of the resources used for their social integration.
II. Juvenile justice and health systems: a necessary multidisciplinary and integrative collaboration.
• Mental disorders, drugs misuse and juvenile justice: ethical aspects and good practices.
• The relationship between juvenile justice systems and health services: the need to promote specialized resources.
• Encouraging policy and regulation: interface between systems.
Call for papers and presentations open until May 28, 2010. The working languages at the International Conference will be: English, French and Italian.
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