IT MATTERS TO ME: INFORMING YOUTH SERVICES DELIVERY 49 support the SWRYISC table and to promote community collaboration through its leadership by promoting the benefits of implementing the recommendations presented in this report. My project partner, Christine Mohr, who is my agency’s Chief Executive Officer, was actively engaged in this project. She has been provided with regular project updates, conversations, and email reports. Our final project meeting included an Executive Deputy Director, my project partner, and me, where we discussed project findings, established recommendations, and strategized how to deliver research learnings to our community partners. We collectively decided to share our information through a presentation to the SWRYISC that will incorporate a 3- dimensional computer-animated architectural illustration of a Surrey YISH. Unfortunately, my project could not discuss all the findings shared by project research participants, due to my project capacity, but it is my recommendation to encourage further research on the exploration. This exploration could incorporate Indigenous practices, housing, music programing, and peer-led programming in the design of a Surrey YISH.
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