Regional Children's Centre Family Engagement
Regional Children’s Centre (RCC) Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare (HDGH), is committed to work in partnership with youth, family, and caregivers to improve our services. Parents and caregivers have a unique perspective, expertise and knowledge on ‘how things work’ that only families have.
Our goal is to:
- Co-create a family engagement model with clients, family members and/or their caregivers.
- To improve mental wellness for children and youth by engaging families as partners in planning, treatment and service deliver.
- Embed family engagement practices throughout the organizational culture through actively listening and learning from clients, family members and/or their caregivers.
- Ensure family engagement continues to be an ongoing priority.
If you would like to participate in one of our family engagement opportunities please complete the following:
RCC Family Engagement Opportunities
Please indicate which opportunity interests you:
A committee of parents and staff, working in partnership to identify opportunities to improve the treatment experiences. Meets 9 times a year on Wednesdays from 5:30-7:30 pm
Regional Children's Centre Working Groups
A working group of RCC staff looking at ways to improve treatment experiences. Meets bi-weekly, Thursdays 10am-12pm
Committee of staff focused on continuous improvement by seeking input from the staff. Meets monthly on Thursdays 3:00-4:00pm
Committee of community partners that work together to ensure Triple P programs are being provided to families across Windsor and Essex County. Meet quarterly on Wednesdays 9:00-10:30 am
Contacted when feedback is needed on specific RCC services
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On behalf of RCC HDGH, we welcome your feedback. Hearing from clients and families is the best way to identify how we can improve our services. This feedback includes compliments, inquiries, suggestions and concerns regarding the services that we provide.
Other Community Resources
Parents for Children's Mental Health