The BC AHS is a province-wide survey administered to youth in Grade 7 to 12 every five years since 1992. The survey gives an evidence base of youth health trends, emerging issues, and risk and protective factors for healthy development. Adapted versions of the survey are administered to youth whose experience may not be captured in the BC AHS including youth in custody, and homeless and street-involved youth, and youth in alternative education. Read more.
The Youth Action Grants (YAG) were created by McCreary’s Youth Advisory & Action Council (YAC). The purpose of the YAGs is to provide BC youth (ages 12–19) from school districts that participated in the BC Adolescent Health Survey the opportunity to deliver a project to improve youth health in their school or community. Read more.
BC AHS youth resources
McCreary is committed to returning the results of the BC Adolescent Health Survey to young people in school districts that participated in the survey across BC. Read more.