IT MATTERS TO ME: INFORMING YOUTH SERVICES DELIVERY 33 The current experiences of survey research participants within the last six months of either personally accessing youth services or supporting others in accessing youth services are presented in Figure 2.
Primary Care Mental Health Services
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Figure 2 . Current experiences of survey research participants within the last six months of either personally accessing youth services or supporting others in accessing youth services ( N = 30).
Involving the community to support the development of a Surrey YISH was expressed by survey respondents. They shared that as community members, they could support a Surrey YISH through volunteering, participating on committees, working as a community professional, referring young people and families, providing faith-based services, and leading activities such as cooking, sewing, and such. Focus group participants shared that people who work out of the YISH should understand the true concept of “integration.” Research participants shared that exercising a more
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