Customized Evaluation Supports


YouthREX is offering a range of three services to support you in this work. Whether you’re looking for data or evidence, starting a new program, or figuring out how to make your existing program better, we’ve got you covered!

Find out about best practices for youth programs like yours.

Accessing evidence and/or promising practices to support your program

Work one-on-one with a Program Associate to create a logic model, a visual tool that maps your program from A – Z.

Developing or revising a logic model or program plan

Identifying evidence to inform a new program or grant proposal

Incorporating an equity / Anti-Oppressive Practice lens into program

Engaging youth in program processes

Work one-on-one with a Program Associate on specific evaluation tasks, from selecting the right evaluation tool to analyzing data.

Identifying data collection tools and techniques

Data entry, cleaning and analysis

Designing surveys and questionnaires

Facilitating/supporting focus groups and one-on-one interviews

Developing an arts-based or activity based evaluation measure

Advice on ways to integrate evaluation activities into the program's operations

Research ethics (i.e. informed consent, confidentiality, anonymity, and ethical data analysis and interpretation)


“Through the support of YouthREX we were able to identify and fill gaps in our programming […]. Without an evaluation framework, we would not have been able to do this - it would’ve been all guesswork.”

Camesha Cox,
The Reading Partnership


Submit your request today and let us provide you with the support you need for your work with youth. We've got you covered! 

Programs we have worked with

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The A4H Youth Mental Wellness program aims to provide a safe space for Black youth to learn about mental health through an anti-Black racism lens. The program implements the evidence-based, culturally relevant and appropriate curriculum developed by A4H as a 12-week after-school program.


The Connex program aims to ensure that newcomer youth feel welcomed and can settle in their schools, communities, and in Canadian society. The program’s in-school, off-site, and virtual activities are designed to support and enhance feelings of belonging and confidence while decreasing feelings of isolation, anxiety, and disconnection. 


The Pempamsie program is a wraparound initiative that provides critical supports to Black youth and their families in schools, neighbourhoods, community agencies, as well as youth in detention centres and correctional facilities. It is a culturally appropriate comprehensive five-year program for predominantly Black youth and their families.

We'd love to hear from you. 

Book a 1-on-1 call with a member of our team to discuss any of our free customized services for youth programs in Ontario.

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