Research and Action for Youth Health

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Evaluation Services

In addition to doing internal evaluations of its own projects, McCreary carries out independent evaluations for other non-profit agencies.

McCreary adopts a collaborative and flexible approach to evaluations, with the programs being evaluated ultimately deciding on the evaluation approach best suited to meet their needs and goals. All measures and tools are developed in consultation with the organization and other relevant stakeholders, including youth, and modifications are made based on their feedback.

Literature Reviews


Increasing the engagement of youth with concurrent disorders and their families

This literature review aims to identify promising practices for engaging youth experiencing concurrent disorders and their families in treatment programs, as well as in broader service development and delivery. Concurrent disorders refer to any combination of mental health and substance use disorders.

Consultation Projects


Research and consultation projects

These reports have come out of McCreary's youth research and consultation projects. They detail young people’s feedback and recommendations on a variety of topics related to youth health policy and programming in BC. For more information about McCreary's youth-engaged research and consultation services, please contact