The Saskatchewan Alliance for Youth and Community Well-Being (SAYCW) is a partnership between health, education and other community stakeholders dedicated to improving the health and well-being of the Saskatchewan population.
SAYCW seeks to support schools and communities to learn more about the health and well-being of their youth, and helps schools and communities connect with stakeholders and resources, so that together, they can act on opportunities to improve youth health and well-being.
SAYCW collects and shares new knowledge on youth health and well-being with schools, communities, and the province through the SAYCW Youth Health Survey and results reports. These reports help schools and communities to learn more about the health and well-being of their youth.
SAYCW helps schools and communities connect to the partners and resources they need to do something about youth health and well-being in their communities.
SAYCW supports schools and communities in taking action to improve youth health and well-being through the knowledge they’ve gained, community connections, resources and guidance.
Youth and community wellbeing through the action of community partners working together. Measured and supported by a collaborative provincial population health promotion system.
SAYCW 2016 Provincial Youth Health Report
December 15, 2016 – The 2016 SAYCW Provincial Youth Health Report is now available! The Youth Health Survey was conducted last year by the Saskatchewan Alliance for…Read More
Deadline extended for the SAYCW Healthy Schools and Communities Grant
February 27, 2017 The deadline for the SAYCW Healthy Schools and Communities Grant has been extended by one week! The deadline for applications was previously February 28,…Read More
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