Over the past twenty years, progress in the identification of effective treatment interventions has raised service standards in the child, youth, and family mental health sector. The emerging benchmark is the delivery of evidence-based, empirically supported (see glossary) service delivery models that result in positive clinical outcomes for participants. As a leader in the field, Children’s Mental Health Ontario (CMHO) plans to take a proactive role in this transformation through its Accreditation Program and the development of the CMHO Evidence-Based Practice Technical Assistance Centre. This consultation paper is intended to frame this vision and to engage our stakeholders in the process of moving forward together toward its realization.
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Background and Methodology
This Study seeks to identify the needs of urban Aboriginal homeless shelters. It was expected that a variety of Federal / Provincial / Territorial (F/P/T) and Aboriginal stakeholders would benefit from a shelter needs assessment which pays particular attention to the challenges of policy, financial resources, financial administrative requirements, demand for services, and a unique caseload which calls for special approaches.
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