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Child and Family Mental Health Survey, FRP Canada

Deadline June 8, 2012

The Canadian Association of Family Resource Programs (FRP Canada) is gathering information through an online survey about activities, resources and support offered to families to promote infant, child and parent mental health. The goal is to ensure that community family support organizations like yours achieve recognition and support for their work in the field of family mental health and also to identify promising practices, gaps in services, resources required to address gaps, and the training needs of family support practitioners.

With this on-line survey we hope to learn more about what community-based organizations do in terms of supporting child and parent mental health and mental health awareness. We are interested in this everyday work as well as in more specific or formal programs and services that are offered with the intention of enhancing or raising awareness of child and family mental health.

Based upon the survey responses, and expressions of interest, 10 to 12 organizations that are identified as engaging in innovative child and family mental health practices will be invited to contribute to case studies. The survey analysis and the case studies will be shared with FRP Canada members and others including the Public Health Agency of Canada, which is providing the funding for this project through its CAPC/CPNP National Projects Fund.

The survey should take approximately 30 minutes to complete depending on the amount of time spent writing comments. Partially completed surveys can be saved and then returned to for completion. We realize that this is a substantial request, and very much appreciate your involvement.

If you know of other groups or organizations who may be interested in completing the survey, please feel free to forward this email to them.

The deadline for completing the survey is Friday, June 8, 2012.

If you have any problems completing this survey please contact Christine Colbert at [email protected] or phone 250-897-2358.

Thank you very much for your contribution to this project. Please click on the links below to access the survey: