We are excited to welcome the Deaf youth Collective, a Youth Collective Impact group funded by Laidlaw and led by Silent Voice Canada.
Welcome back to the Empowering Parents, Caregivers, and Allies Collective, led by H.O.P.E, with which we are continuing our work on measurement, evaluation, and launch planning This group is focused on addictions and mental health among youth and supporting their allies.
We are glad to be continuing our work with the Mawachi Hitowin Collective Impact Project in the Mushkegowuk region of Northern Ontario. Implementation planning for an integrated system of mental health and addictions care for Indigenous youth is underway, including traditional and land-based healing, training in culturally appropriate and culturally safe practitioner protocols, and system navigation.
SIA is proud to be participating in the Impact Measurement Community of Practice at Innoweave. The CoP will be resuming work after a summer break. Lara Evoy of Garrow Evoy and Laura Stanford of SIA will be facilitating knowledge mobilization, content, and coaching practice development among a very accomplished group of measurement and evaluation experts. Future of Good recently released an article that tells the story of how the Impact Measurement program and coaches are enabling organizations to measure their impact and align their measurement with strategic goals. Read the article here.