IYS-Net

Background of the organization 

IYS-Net is an ongoing partnership between philanthropy and the federal government, to expand and improve the delivery of mental health care for youth across the country. 

 

Project description 

IYS-Net is an initiative of CIHR (Canadian Institutes of Health Research), delivered in partnership with the Graham Boeckh Foundation (GBF), the GBF-Bell Partnership, RBC Future Launch, and other funders and stakeholders from across the country. IYS-Net will work with partners and stakeholders across the country to fund research to help create a Canada-wide network of provincial and territorial learning health systems for Integrated Youth Services (IYS). 

Overview

  • 2023-2027
  • $ 375,000
  • Funding Type: Focus Area Funding
  • Funding Stream: Communities

Related Funding

Huddle

Funding will serve to scale the model in Manitoba, to increase number of hubs, to support two existing Indigenous hubs and to integrate Indigenous health and mental care.

$ 400,000

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