Given that youth are at a different developmental stage than adults, organizations serving youth with substance use problems have a challenge: How to provide the best possible programs and services and meet the unique needs of their clients? The Ontario Youth Strategy Project, a working committee of Addictions Ontario, with the support of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, developed a set of guidelines for assessing their policies, procedures, programs, services, and training, to ensure that they are in line with best practice. Read more about this report and check out other Research Report Round-ups by clicking here!
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