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Found 10 records similar to Youth Opportunities Fund recipients (2013-16)
This program provides supports to Youth Justice Court for youth aged 12-17 with mental health needs who are in conflict with the law. Program workers establish links between the individual youth, the Youth Justice Court, community mental health resources and youth justice resources. Data is organized by: * fiscal year * region * former Youth Justice Services Division regions (Central Region, Eastern Region, Northern Region, Western Region) * MCYS integrated regions (Central Region, East Region, North Region, West Region, Toronto Region) * number of clients served *[MCYS]: Ministry of Children and Youth Services
This dataset represents the number of youth who re-offend and were convicted of a criminal offence within 2 years of completing a youth community disposition (probation order), or following the completion of a youth custody sentence of 6 months or more. This data represents only those youth tracked and is not representative of all youth served by Youth Justice Services. The data is organized by: * fiscal year of completion * region (according to the 4 former youth justice services division regions: central, eastern, northern and western) * sentence type (custody order or probation order) * re-offend (yes/no) * total count
The dataset includes: * project name * number of years projects were funded * partner organization (beneficiary) Under the Cooperation and Exchange Agreement, Ontario and Quebec agree to share and exchange information and expertise and to cooperate in various areas, including culture, education, early childhood, health, immigration, tourism, economy, youth and the French language: * culture * education * early childhood * youth * health * immigration * tourism * economy * French language
The organizational data contains non-personally identifying information on clients referred to, served by, admitted to, and discharged from CPRI. The clinical assessment data included is collected using the interRAI Child and Youth Mental Health (ChYMH) and the ChYMH-Developmental Disability (ChyMH- DD) instruments. These assessment tools are designed for children and youth with mental health concerns receiving services from both inpatient and community-based mental health programs. The clinical assessment dataset is organized by Ministry of Children and Youth Services Regions: * Central * East * North * Toronto * West * Ontario See data dictionary for individual variables.
The number of graduates from regular programs for youth, general programs for adults, and vocational programs for youth and adults in public and private/independent secondary schools, by school type and program type.
The number of students in regular programs for youth, general programs for adults, and vocational programs for youth and adults in public and private/independent schools, and home-schooling at the elementary-secondary level, by school type and program type.
The data is organized by: * open and secure youth centres/youth facilities * gender * former Youth Justice Services Division regions (Eastern Region, Northern Region, Western Region and Central Region)
The number of high school graduates from regular programs for youth, public schools, by age group and sex.
The number of high school graduates from regular programs for youth, private or independent schools, by age group and sex.