Eat Great and Participate aims to raise awareness about the importance of physical activity and healthy eating and to increase the availability of healthy food and beverage choices in recreation, sport and community facilities and at events across Newfoundland and Labrador.
It’s a fact. Teens who are involved in their communities are less likely to develop problems with alcohol, drugs and gambling.
Whether it’s church or school clubs, sports and recreation groups, or service organizations, being involved helps teens develop the skills and self-confidence to make smart decisions.
The Jack Project provides much-needed mental health information and support to young people as they move from late high school into college, university, or independent living. We also equip interested adults – the parents, family members, and educators – with the knowledge they need to support the mental health of the young people in their lives.
The Centre of Excellence for Youth Engagement (CEYE) brings together the expertise of youth, youth service providers, academic researchers and policy makers to identify, build and implement models of effective practice for meaningfully engaging youth and to document the results.