Integrating Mental Health & Substance Use Knowledge (2012)

Our training innovation grants were used to enhance the ability of community organizations to share knowledge and deliver mental health and substance use services in more effective and innovative ways.

A total of thirteen (13) Training Innovation Grants, valued at up to $200,000 each, were awarded in 2012 to support the implementation of training innovation projects throughout BC.

Learn more about each Training Innovation Grant project by clicking on the project title below.

Grant Recipients

Following the Journey - British Columbia Council for Families

Helping People with Addictive Behaviour - Canadian Mental Health Association, BC Division

First Responder Training Initiative - Fraser House Society

Kwen,an,latel: Walking Together - Hulitan Family & Community Services Society

Seeds of Resilience - John Howard Society of the North Island

Reaching Out for Mental Health - Leq’á:mel First Nation

Connecting for Change - North Cariboo Aboriginal Family Program Society

Prevention - Northwest Inter-Nation Family and Community Service Society

Improving Outcomes through Connections - Port Alberni Shelter Society

Grounded in Experience - Prince George New Hope Society

Community Action Ambassadors - Richmond Addiction Services Society

?ayatawlh: Taking Care of Each Other, Taking Care of Ourselves - Sechelt Indian Band

Aboriginal Concurrent Disorders Project - Westbank First Nation