Reports and resources

Reports

Evaluation report-Phase two

McCreary evaluated Phase Two of the collective impact initiative (July 2016 to September 2017). Phase two included developing a governance structure, developing shared measures, and implementing the Caring Connections success pillar. Download the report here.

Youth Employment Report

Download a copy of the Youth Employment Report prepared by McCreary Centre Society's Youth Research Academy here.

Surviving or Thriving?

Download a copy of the report, Surviving or Thriving? Avoiding youth transitioning from care to homelessness in Vancouver here.

Phase One Interim Report

Download a copy of the final report from Phase One of this initiative: Download

 

Resources

Vancouver Tutoring Services

A list of learning centers and tutoring services in Vancouver - Download.

Counselling Services

A list of free and low cost counselling services in the lower mainland - Download.

Connecting to school 2.0

Going back and finishing high school can be overwhelming. TRRUST has created a step by step guide for service providers to assist youth with this complex process - Starting with getting a Personal Education Number to choosing what school is best for them.

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Youth health profile

This fact sheet shares data about the health of youth with government care experience, the inequities that exist in our communities, and offers evidence about how we can improve the health of youth transitioning out of care.Download

 

 

Journey Maps

On September 20th, 2019 we invited youth and young adults aged 18 to 24 years who where in or from care transitioning to independence to map their transition to independence. Journey Maps are a visual artifact to be used by the CYL and Strategic Advisory to measure changes, to examine the current landscape against the 2016 Journey Maps, and to develop a shared pathway for moving forward.

The youth and young adults mapped their experiences under five pillars:

1. Ministry and Services
2. Health and Well-Being
3. Education
4. Work
5. Home and Neighbourhood

To understand their needs and to help CI-TRRUST set priorities for change we asked:

  • What helped them in their transition?
  • What barriers did they face? and
  • How would you imagine your future look like if you had the support and systems you needed?

In the stories of their future we identified 8 themes or priorities:

1. Respect
2. Whole Person Care
3. Stable Employment
4. Education
5. Livelong Support
6. Basic Needs Met
7. Community
8. Stable, Affordable Housing

Below are the 2019 Journey Maps.

Journey Map

Future Vision

Journey Map 1

Journey Map 2