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Ontario Aboriginal CAPC/CPNP
CAPC/CPNP National Network of Projects
Public Health Agency of Canada
Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program (CPNP)
Community Action Program for Children (CAPC)
The Canadian Association of Family Resource Programs (FRP Canada)
Centre of Excellence for Child Welfare
The Centre of Excellence for Child Welfare encourages collaborative projects that integrate child maltreatment prevention and interventions across a variety of sectors, including health care, education, justice and recreation. The Centre’s four main functions are: Fostering research, Disseminating information, Developing policy and Forging networks.
Centre of Excellence for Early Childhood Development
The mission of the Centre of Excellence for Early Childhood Development (CEECD) is to improve our knowledge of the social and emotional development of young children. It does this by: Identifying and synthesizing the very best scientific work on early childhood social and emotional development; Disseminating this knowledge to a target audience of planners, public and community service providers, and policymakers; Encouraging leading-edge research on child development from the time of conception to age five; Providing governments and service planners with a consultation service for policies on early childhood development; and Creating, at the local, national and international levels, networks of individuals and groups interested in early childhood development.
Centre of Excellence for Children and Adolescents with Special Needs
Our Centre of Excellence is committed to ensuring that young people with special needs living in rural and northern communities receive the best services Canada has to offer. Established in 2000, the Centre is located at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ontario.
Centre of Excellence for Youth Engagement
brings together the expertise of youth, youth service providers, academic researchers and policy makers to identify, build and implement models of effective practices for meaningfully engaging youth. The CEYE is committed to youth being involved on a lead basis with the support of professional adults in every step of the research, policies and products we generate. In addition, we engage young people to benefit from the knowledge being generated by the other Centres of Excellence for Children's Wellbeing with specific focus on involving disengaged youth who have the potential to benefit the most from the positive health outcomes associated with meaningful engagement.
Family Supports Institute Ontario