Best Practice Guidelines for Mental Health Promotion Programs3 years ago 3 years ago Leave your thoughts
This report was published by Center for Addiction and Mental Health.
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Originally released in 2007, Best Practice Guidelines for Mental Health Promotion Programs for Children and Youth is the first in a series of online guides for promoting positive mental health across the life span. Updated in 2014, this resource provides health and social service providers with current evidence-based approaches in the application of mental health promotion concepts and principles for children and youth. It is intended to support practitioners, caregivers and others in incorporating best practice approaches into mental health promotion initiatives and programs directed toward children (aged 7 – 12 years) and youth (aged 13 – 19 years).
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Dalla Lana School of Public Health-University of Toronto & Toronto Public Health. (2014). Best practice guidelines for mental health promotion programs: children and youth. Retrived from: https://www.porticonetwork.ca/documents/81358/128451/Best+Practice+Guidelines+for+Mental+Health+Promotion+Programs+-+Children+and+Youth/b5edba6a-4a11-4197-8668-42d89908b606
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