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Membership is open to all organizations that are committed to furthering the shared vision and mandate of the Children and Youth Services Network.

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CLICK HERE for a 2017-2018 membership package

 

 

What are the benefits of membership to your organization?

 

idea plan action* Have a voice on issues that affect services for children, youth and families.

* Contribute to and participate in system-wide change through collaboration.

* Advocate to increase awareness and gain support for service system priorities.

* Receive updates on provincial initiatives.

* Learn about and act upon local data.

* Access No Wrong Door, Family Engagement and other resources.

* Network, build relationships and develop partnerships.

* Stay informed about professional development opportunities.

 

Types of membership and community engagement:

 

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1.  Voting membership will include representatives from not-for-profit organizations. Each not-for-profit member organization is entitled to one vote. Voting members must be a Director, Executive Director, Chief Administrator or senior level staff of a not-for profit organization who is empowered to make decisions on behalf of their organization.

2.  Non-voting members, i.e., for-profit providers, are welcome to attend meetings and engage in dialogue but are not entitled to vote.

3.  Community Engagement: Families, youth and other stakeholders will be engaged in furthering the shared vision and mandate of the Children and Youth Services Network.

 

If you have questions or wish to get involved, please contact us.

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