Balance and Connection in the Northeast: The health and well-being of our youth

This report is one of 16 regional reports of the BC AHS results. It shares data provided by students in Grades 7–12 in the Northeast Health Service Delivery Area (HSDA 2).

Download the report here. A PowerPoint presentation of the Northeast results is also available here.

Read the media release here.

Balance and Connection in Kootenay Boundary: The health and well-being of our youth

This report is one of 16 regional reports of the BC AHS results. It shares data provided by students in Grades 7–12 in the Kootenay Boundary Health Service Delivery Area (HSDA 6).

Download the report here. A PowerPoint presentation of the Kootenay Boundary results is also available here.

Read the media release here.

Balance and Connection in East Kootenay: The health and well-being of our youth

This report is one of 16 regional reports of the BC AHS results. It shares data provided by students in Grades 7–12 in the East Kootenay Health Service Delivery Area (HSDA 7).

Download the report here. A PowerPoint presentation of the East Kootenay results is also available here.

Read the media release here.

Balance and Connection in Richmond: The health and well-being of our youth

This report is one of 16 regional reports of the BC AHS results. It shares data provided by students in Grades 7–12 in the Richmond Health Service Delivery Area (HSDA 13).

Download the report here. A PowerPoint presentation of the Richmond results is also available here.

Read the media release here.

Balance and Connection in BC: The health and well-being of our youth

Provincial findings of the 2018 BC Adolescent Health Survey, which was completed by 38,015 Grade 7-12 students in schools across British Columbia.

Download the report here.

Read the media release here.

Youth Action Grants

The Youth Action Grants (YAG) were created by McCreary’s Youth Advisory & Action Council (YAC) to provide BC youth (ages 12–19) from school districts that participated in the 2018 BC Adolescent Health Survey the opportunity to deliver a project to improve youth health in their school or community.

YAGs fund projects which are:

  • Youth-led
  • Focused on one or more of the key findings from the 2018 BC AHS.
  • Benefitting youth in your school or community.
  • Supported by at least one adult (such as a teacher, counsellor, youth worker, adult mentor, etc.)

To learn more about the Youth Action Grants, download the application form here.