The International Child and Youth Care Network. CYC-Net is a non-profit organization established “to promote and facilitate reading,
learning, information sharing, discussion, networking, support and accountable practice amongst all who work with children, youth and families in difficulty.” (From the CYC-Net Constitution).
The Division Childhood and Adolescence is a focal point for policy development, research, and strategic analysis of trends regarding broad determinants of health regarding children and youth in Canada.
A 10-year strategy that aligns with the Healthy Kids Alberta! Strategy’s expected outcome that, “more children, youth and their families have strategies, skills and tools to cope successfully with challenges, adjust positively to change, overcome obstacles, resolve problems and experience mental wellbeing.”
The Peterson Center on Healthcare + the Kaiser Family Foundation monitor how well the U.S. healthcare system is performing in terms of quality and cost, providing clear, up-to-date information on trends.