Recently, the Mental Health Commission of Canada issued a report featuring eight unique case studies designed to support health-care and wellness organizations in implementing a recovery-oriented practice.
Foundry was honoured to be one of several organizations highlighted in this report, and to share our approach to this practice which centres the voices and perspectives of youth and their families.
As Foundry’s Head Scientist Dr Skye Barbic said: “Foundry is about co-designing new possibilities in youth services. It’s no longer about bringing youth to the table but building the table that will allow them to fully participate and lead the way.”
Congratulations to our peers at AQRP, CHANNAL, CMHA Calgary, Ontario Shores, Peer Connections Manitoba, Phoenix Residential Society and Reach Out Centre for Kids for their outstanding work in this area as well.
To read the report, click here.