This funding cycle supported Service Innovation Grant projects focused specifically on youth vulnerable to mental health and/or substance use challenges due to family history, physical health conditions, and social, cultural and economic factors.
Funds were awarded to nine (9) projects that demonstrated innovative approaches to supporting vulnerable youth at critical life transition points, with a priority focus on the transition from adolescence to adulthood.
Connected by 25 - Canadian Mental Health Association Kelowna Branch
“I.O. Youth” Involve our Youth - Cariboo Family Enrichment Centre
Team Empowerment Awareness Movement Project - Dze L K’ant Friendship Centre
Not at the Kiddie Table Any More - Fireweed Collective Society
Frames Film Project - Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House
Project REEL Life - Ladysmith Resources Centre Association
Seed to Table - Mountain Youth Society
Culturally Relevant Urban Wellness - Vancouver Aboriginal Child and Family Services Society
Living Well - Whitecrow Village FASD Society