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Summit on Children & Youth Mental Health

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April 12 and 13, 2018
Beanfield Centre (formerly Allstream Centre, CNE grounds)
105 Princes' Boulevard
Toronto  M6K 3C3

HOTEL ACCOMMODATION
Hyatt Regency Hotel
370 King Street West
Toronto, ON   M5V 1J9 

Preferred rate: $199 plus taxes (single/double)
Book online
OR
Telephone: 888-421-1442 (toll free) or 416-343-1234 (local) before Monday, March 12, 2018. Please quote "Summit on Children & Youth Mental Health" in order to receive the preferred rate. After this deadline, rooms will be available on a space-available basis only.

SUMMIT REGISTRATION
Online Registration

Save the Date Flyer - English
Save the Date Flyer - French

Call for Presenters
The 2018 Summit on Children and Youth Mental Health is themed Beyond Collaboration:  Towards Integrated Systems for Supporting Child and Youth Mental Health. Presentations are to focus on working across tiered systems of support for promotion, prevention and intervention. 

The Summit is designed to provide materials, resources, practices, protocols and programs that can be replicated and scaled up in communities across the province. We are seeking dynamic, interactive presentations that will illustrate collaborative and innovative approaches that are research based and evidence informed that are making a difference in the lives of children, youth and their families. For more information, the presentation proposal packages are below:

Call for presenters and application form - English
Appel de présentations pour des ateliers - Français

For questions on program content, please contact Judith Nyman, OPSBA Director of Program Policy, at jnyman@opsba.org


2016 Summit

April 7-8, 2016
Allstream Centre

The focus of the 2016 Summit was Moving From Policy to Practice Through Collaboration. Acclaimed speakers offered evidence-informed practices, programs and resources that have been shown to work and can make a real difference in the lives of children, youth and their families. A highlight for the 2016 Summit was the first release of the preliminary results of the 2014 Ontario Child Health Study.

To view pre-summit sessions and Friday workshops, click here.

Participants had a unique opportunity to network across sectors. 

See photos from the 2016 Summit

See photos from the 2014 Summit