In The News: Halton event helps break down barriers between police and youth with FASD

OAKEDIT – HALTON FASD Eleven youth with Fetal Alcohol Spectum Disorder (FASD), police and volunteers strike a pose following a tour of the new police

FASD In The News, CBC: ‘He will die with no help’: family issues plea for Edmonton teen gang member

Aiden poses with a gun in an undated photo (Aiden’s family) A teenager riding an Edmonton light rail transit system train points a gun at his

In the News: Trustees advocate for more mental health services in Alberta schools

An injection of cash last spring for school mental health therapists was helpful, but not enough to help the number of students arriving in Alberta

Young people in detention facing significant communication barriers

Lead researcher Natalie Kippin A study revealing significant levels of language difficulty among detainees at the Banksia Hill Detention Centre underscores the need for more

Exploring socially-responsive approaches to children’s rehabilitation with Indigenous communities, families and children

Indigenous children are often denied timely access to critical healthcare and social services that are available to other Canadian children. This is primarily due to

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