ASI 2024 Annual Policy Forum
The Enduring Spirit of Collaboration:
Celebrating 20 Years with ASI!
August 19 - 21, 2024
ASI 2023 Policy Forum on Mental Health Promotion
August 21 – 23
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ASI 2023 is an Atlantic Policy Forum on infant, child and youth mental health promotion, with the theme Inspiring Hope through Community Action. To be held in Charlottetown, PEI, August 21-23, 2023.
Together we can foster policy actions that influence upstream investment in promoting well-being, resilience, and regenerating connection throughout Atlantic Canada and beyond. Join our event – in Charlottetown on the campus of Holland College or virtually – to celebrate what we have done and build relationships to face our collective future together.
The ASI 2023 Forum will be held August 21-23 in Charlottetown, PEI, from the unceded ancestral territory of the Mi’kmaq people. Materials in French and simultaneous interpretation were available for many presentations. A Youth Leadership Program will also be offered. ASI 2023 aims to increase understanding of the importance of infant, child and youth mental health for the whole of society, and foster policy actions to influence upstream investment in support of mental health. After a successful ASI 2022 Forum, we are looking ahead with excitement to ASI 2023. Stay tuned for more information about this summer’s event!
Atlantic Summer Institute on Healthy and Safe Communities
The Atlantic Summer Institute on Healthy & Safe Communities promotes collaboration across sectors to make our communities healthier and safer places to live.
We are officially 1 day away from the 2023 ASI Policy Forum: Inspiring Hope Through Community Action!
If you’re passionate about child and youth mental health, come and join us! Register for the event using the following link:https://whova.com/portal/registration/atlan_202308/ #ASI2023 #communityevent #youth #mentalhealth #upstream
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