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This year, OACAS will use Children and Youth in Care Day to launch a new mental health initiative — Take5.
With funding from the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services (MCCSS), OACAS worked alongside the Youth Advisory Committee of First Voice Advocates, 20+ community organizations, and experts to curate information resources, original multimedia content, live workshops, and events for caregivers, children, and youth of all ages.
You can check out Take 5 by clicking here.
Also included below are two video messages from the Grandriver Zone Youth Champions, a group of people from 10 agencies who work together for youth engagement and support.
May 14 Child and Youth in Care Day