Projects 

    CCBR typically has 12-15 ongoing projects and has completed over 400 projects since 1982. Each project is guided by our commitment to impacting social change in practical and powerful ways. We conduct research with people not on people, cultivating respect with communities at every step of the process.

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    Projects

    8952_TRIP! Process Evaluation: Aligning Diverse Community Needs for Youth Harm Reduction

    Located at Parkdale Queen West Community Health Centre, the Trip! project is a youth-led harm reduction information service for the dance music scene and youth who use drugs. CCBR partnered with stakeholders to conduct a community-based evaluation that explored how well the program model aligned with:1) current drug using trends amongst youth; and 2) PQWCHC’s values, vision, & mission.

    9070_ Youth Champions for Change: Shifting the Role of Youth in Research and Evaluation

    CCBR worked with UW D.I.R.E.C.T.I.O.N.S, a post-secondary information and career readiness conference for Indigenous Youth across Ontario sponsored by St. Paul’s University College. CCBR’s mandate was to: strengthen conference tracking, engage Indigenous youth who participate in the conference, and evaluate its effectiveness.

    9247_ Evaluation of ECLYPSE Youth Drop-In Centre

    CCBR designed and implemented an ongoing tracking and evaluation system for a multi-service program for youth based in a Mississauga mall. Our evaluation focused on the outcomes for youth and for participating agencies. The work was funded by Rapport Youth and Family Services.

    9253_ Supporting Faith Formation in Waterloo Region's Catholic Schools

    The first phase of this project involved the design and distribution of a survey on faith formation covering spirituality, formal religion, and faith development programs.

    9272_ Getting to the Root: Understanding and Addressing Somali Inter-Group Youth Violence

    This action research project aimed at understanding and addressing inter-group youth conflict in West Toronto and then to develop an action plan. The study was funded by Somali Canadian Association of Etobicoke with support from the Department of Canadian Heritage.

    9283_ Personal Lifestyle Management Program Feasibility Study

    This project was a feasibility study of an interactive program focusing on enhancing both problem-solving/life skills and anger management skills of Phase II young offenders. The project was funded by A Community for Offender Reconciliation and Diversion (ACORD).

    9306_ Enhancing Services and Supports for Immigrant Youth in Waterloo Region

    This project involved a needs assessment of immigrant youth (aged 16-20) within Waterloo Region. The project was funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada.

    9309_ Peer Youth Health Worker Project

    This project involved an evaluation of a program using a “peer helper health promotion” model for downtown youth. The work was funded by the Kitchener Downtown Community Health Centre and Region of Waterloo Community Health Department.