TOPIC: London Health Sciences Centre Mental Health Care Program Transition Age Project (TAP) in collaboration with Youth Opportunities Unlimited, mindyourmind and Canadian Mental Health Association-Middlesex
TAP is a hospital and community collaboration addressing gaps in mental health services for youth 16 to 25 years. The grant from London Community Foundation accelerated a component of TAP - targeting an identified need for non-crisis driven, flexible and youth-lead supports, co-located at one site and linked with specialized service.
- Dr. Javeed Sukhera, Senior Designate Physician Lead, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Western University, London Health Sciences Centre
- Jill Lynch, TAP Project Facilitator, London Health Sciences Centre
Born of Pillar’s initiative to create a London social innovation shared space, now called Innovation Works, the Social Innovation Exchange is a monthly gathering for cross-sector innovators, entrepreneurs and collaborators to come together for vital conversations.
Using the London Community Foundation Vital Signs community report (www.londonvitalsigns.ca) as its launch pad, the 2016 Exchange will focus on key issues impacting our city.
Each month will be a different topic jointly led by Pillar Nonprofit Network and London Community Foundation.
The Exchange will take place at Goodwill Industries on the 3rd Wednesday morning of the month from 7:30-9:00 am:
- January 20
- February 17
- March 16
- April 20
- May 18
- June 15
Target Audience: Cross-sector innovators, entrepreneurs, collaborators and community-builders
The Social Innovation Exchange is being presented in partnership with Goodwill Industries, London Community Foundation, Ontario Trillium Foundation and Pillar Nonprofit Network.