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CYSNetwork News Exchange – 03/04/15

Thank you CYSN members for passing along these great news items.  Please continue to share anything that may be of interest to fellow Network members and partners!

MUNICIPALITIES AGAINST RACISM AND DISCRIMINATION:  The City of Belleville and Canadian Coalition of Municipalities Against Racism and Discrimination partners invite you to an anniversary commemoration of the signing of the declaration by the City of Belleville on April 16th, 5:30pm (light supper served) at the Greek Community Hall, 70 Harder Drive, Belleville.  If you are planning to attend, please RSVP ruth@cdcquinte.com at your earliest convenience.  CLICK HERE for flyer.

RESILIENCY RESOURCE:  HC Link’s newest @ a Glance resource is Building Resiliency through Family-Based Programming, written by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Health Promotion Resource Centre and Parent Action on Drugs.

The resource profiles three different family-based programs – Triple P Positive Parenting Program, The Incredible Years and Strengthening Families – and offers a number of real-world learnings from programs currently being implemented across Ontario.

For more on the topic, check out recordings and slides from HC Link’s past webinar series, Family-based Approaches for Building Resiliency in Children and Youth at:

Part 1: An Introduction  Part 2: Learning from the Field

SEXUALITY AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES:  A free workshop is being offered on Sexuality and Developmental Disabilities to individuals aged 17 and older on April 15th, 6-8pm at Counselling Services of Belleville and District’s new office location at 3 Applewood Drive, Belleville.  Please CLICK HERE for details and to register.

SEXUAL VIOLENCE AND HARASSMENT: The Ontario government has a Select Committee on Sexual Violence and Harassment that is looking into the prevention of sexual violence and harassment and to improving the response to Ontarians who have experienced sexual violence and harassment. It’s an all-party committee that in addition to holding public hearings in Toronto will be travelling through parts of the province to make sure they hear from as wide a range of perspectives as possible.  Please share with clients who may have an experience to share.  One can appear in person as well as make a written submission.  Here is a LINK to important dates and contact info.

Wendy Anderson, Coordinator, Children and Youth Services Network

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