On December 4th we will be live tweeting during the "Youth Voices: The role of youth-adult dialogue in improving health outcomes for young Canadians" symposium with one of our partners, Astra Zeneca's Young Health Program. The focus of the d
Be Safe is an app that will allow you to make a safety plan, inform you about resources in your region, give you options for getting help and empower you to reach out safely. It is meant to help youth find the right help in a crisis.
Taylor, one of the young people involved in the development of Be Safe, designed up this zine.
Be Safe can be downloaded on iOS or Android stores. For more information about Be Safe visit BeSafeApp.ca.
Each year, the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse (CCSA) joins organizations across the country in observing National Addictions Awareness Week (NAAW).
This is a bit of a taboo subject, and there is a seemingly large gap on the internet in regards to this subject. But sending / receiving nude pictures is becoming a popular activity, and we should be talking about it.
Within your circle of friends, there are (most likely) people that have cell phones.
One in 10 young people have a mental health diagnosis that often goes undetected and The Harts Theatre Company are passionate about providing quality educational resources to young people who
When you’ve been diagnosed with a condition like ADHD, it can be tough to know how to explain it to your friends.
Last week, during Mental Illness Awareness Week, the National Youth Advisory Committee of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, of which I am a part o