Community Action Toward Children's Health
"Working together for the healthy development of children in their early years in the Central Okanagan."

Community Action Working Forum

April 22nd, 9 am -12pm

Join us this spring for CATCH's Community Action Working Forum on the results from our Learning About Families Connections with Services research project.

The goal of this forum is to have a community dialogue on the research, and to provide tools to support attendees in their facilitation of conversations with their community group. Examples of a community group could include: your neighbourhood, colleagues within an organisation, and social groups. 
In the Fall we will have a final gathering to share community outcomes of the group conversations.

Participation certificates for this forum will be available through registration on March 31. Location to be announced.

Event Registration

22 Apr 2015 9:00 AM • Hollywood Road Educational Services, 1040 Hollywood Road S, Kelowna


CATCH Learning About Families Connections research project

please click the links below to download a PDF of our documents.

Phase 2 Executive Summary - released February 2015

Phase 2 Report - released February 2015

Phase 1 Executive Summary - release September 2013

Phase 1 Report - released September 2013


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State of the Child Report:Central Okanagan 2013

2014 update one page infographic is now available.  Click the image below for the poster.

SOCR2013                    




What makes your neighbourhood good for young children (ages 0-6)?

Is there a great park in your neighbourhood that you and your young children enjoy? Is there a special pathway or bench, meeting place or café that is special to your family? Are there events in your neighbourhood that bring young children and their families together? If you have an example or a story to share, we want to hear from you. We are collecting and showcasing stories to demonstrate the livability of our community for young children. Whether your neighbourhood is older or brand new, in the country or downtown, single or multi-family, or anything in between, we want to hear your story. If you want to share your experiences, your stories, or your favourite places within your neighbourhood, post them here or contact Eve at 250-863-9532, or eve@catchcoalition.ca 



 

 





 

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