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Publicly funded child and youth mental health services across the province including: * child and youth mental health agencies * child and youth mental health services offered through community agencies, including: * individual counselling * family counselling * group counselling * grief and loss counselling * anger management programs * suicide counselling * in person crisis intervention programs The following information is provided for each service: * name * location * hours of operation * contact information * description of program * service area * eligibility * application process * accessibility * languages offered * fee structure if applicable * documents required
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
The BCFPI is a structured interview format, administered over the telephone with parents, teachers or adolescents. It is recommended that BCFPIs are completed at intake, prior to clinical assessment and treatment. Data was extracted directly from BCFPI Annual Reports from 2008-2013. It covers each client's: * age * gender * MCYS (Ministry of Children and Youth Services) region *[BCFPI]: Brief Child and Family Phone Interview
The data lists all Children's Residences licensed by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services as of March 31, 2016 (excluding youth justice facilities). The dataset includes: * region * agency name * licence ID * licensed capacity * expiry date of the licence * licensed site * city *[ID]: identification
The CAFAS is a clinician-administered, multidimensional scale that assesses the level of functioning impairment in children and adolescents. Data was extracted directly from CAFAS Annual Reports from 2005-2013. It covers each client's: * gender * age * MCYS (Ministry of Children and Youth Services) region Data for the year 2013 was extracted in a different manner (turning whole numbers into percentages) than for other years. *[CAFAS]: Child and Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale
This dataset includes: * new MCYS regions * Youth Justice Services regions * Service Delivery Division regions * census division names * census division IDs * census subdivision names census subdivision IDs *[MCYS]: Ministry of Children and Youth Services *[IDs]: identification
Child and youth mental health services provide a range of planned, multidisciplinary interventions for youth and their families. In each defined service area, a designated Transfer Payment Agency is responsible for coordinating ministry-funded child and youth mental health services. The agency also ensures the defined core services and key processes outlined in the Child and Youth Mental Health Service Framework are implemented in all service providers.
The Child Witness Program offers a number of services, including: * assessing children's needs in court * preparing children for court * accompanying children to court * supporting parents and guardians * helping with victim impact statements * service referrals * post-court follow-ups
From April 1, 2004 to Jan 12, 2014, Ministry of Children and Youth Services used the following regions: * Eastern * Central * Western * Northern These 4 Youth Justice Services Division regions were combined with 9 Service Delivery Division regions to create 5 new integrated regions across the province: * North * West * Central * East * Toronto These new regions are effective as of January 13, 2014.
The Ministry of Children and Youth Services, Youth Justice service delivery system provides community and custodial programs for youth in, or at risk of, conflict with the law, aged 12 to 17 at the time of the offence. The dataset is organized by: * fiscal year * number of transfer payment agencies * number of probation offices * number of open custody and detention facilities number of secure custody and detention facilities