Children Youth

As we enter 2014, I wish to take this opportunity to acknowledge a few of the accomplishments of the CYSN and its teams, committees and working groups throughout 2013 under the solid leadership of co-chairs Kelly Mathieson and Theresa Kennedy. Amo Continue Reading →

Hello CYSN Members and Community Partners, I am pleased to announce that Theresa Dostaler, Synergy Research & Evaluation Consulting, was selected as consultant for the Parent Engagement Innovation Project – and she has accepted!  The regional Continue Reading →

The Hastings & Prince Edward Children and Youth Services Network, Community Services Network, and Volunteer and Information Quinte are hosting a Community Service Expo on Thursday, November 7th, 2-7pm in the Gymnasium at the Quinte Sports & W Continue Reading →

The simplest explanation of a “No Wrong Door” approach to information and referral is this: Staff of community organizations are able to connect individuals and/or families with the appropriate service(s) in a manner that is streamlined, effecti Continue Reading →

The CYSN Service Pathway / Community Engagement Committee, currently comprised of representatives from both school boards, the Hub, TMFRC, Abigail’s, Children’s Mental Health Services, Family Space, HPE Learning Foundation, Highland Shores Childr Continue Reading →