Children and youth in challenging contexts, both in Canada and overseas, face common threats to their mental health that can be better addressed when researchers, service providers, practitioners, and communities pool their knowledge, resources, and lessons learned of what works best for improving young peoples’ mental health. This report details the development and key findings from the VIolence, Technology and Youth engagement knowledge synthesis reports produced by the Children and Youth in Challenging Contexts (CYCC) Network. The resource puts forwrd ways in which these findings can help researchers, practitioners, service providers, and communities form a comprehensive strategy  to address the needs of vulnerable children and youth in Canada and overseas.

Prepared By: Morgan, D., Abdul-Razzaq, D., Black, B., Manion, I., Este, D., Wekerle, C., Forshner, A., & Ungar, M.

Produced By: Children and Youth in Challenging Contexts (CYCC) Network,

Publication Date: April, 2013

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