The Ottawa Child and Youth Initiative is behind several campaigns, and currently executes and supports several projects and initiatives which are aimed at helping children and youth in Ottawa to grow up great!
The community support strategy for parents derives from a strong base of literature showing that parental involvement within the social and academic aspects of their children provides them with a better chance of future success in those areas.
The Ottawa Collaborative for Parenting Support is proud to share the Just Ask Poster which supports our strategic goal to enable access to programs and services by strengthening information resources. To request a poster for your agency please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Ottawa Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Initiative brings together service providers from across sectors interested in building a system of care for infant and early childhood mental health through collective impact...
Critical hours programs foster the social and academic skills of participants. When students are engaged in high quality after school activities, they experience higher levels of intrinsic concentration and motivation...
The Ottawa Child and Youth Initiative 5 Numbers You Need to Know is an awareness and advocacy campaign around 5 critical numbers relating to children and youth in Ottawa. It is supported by the recently launched Frontline Reflections Blog, where key players in child and youth health in our community have taken the time to help us glean a deeper understanding of the significance of each number for children in Ottawa.
Click on the above poster to access the 5 Numbers campaign webpage.
Overseen by the Critical Hours Task Group, the OCYI's Homework Club Community of Practice is a project working toward establishing and supporting best practices for after school programming across Ottawa. The CoP has already hosted two community forums on Homework Club programming, and from these, has established a shared database of resources, which can be accessed and utilized by programs across the city.
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At the Ottawa Child and Youth Initiative (OCYI), we value the input and opinions of our members, and know how important they are to our continued success in the community. Please take the time to complete this brief survey to help us to better help you and your organization.
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Merci à notre commanditaire Prévention du crime Ottawa pour supporter les heures critiques - La communauté de pratique des clubs de devoirs.
Proudly funded by Crime Prevention Ottawa in support of The Critical Hours - Homework Club Community of Practice.