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Shout Clinic


 The Shout Clinic is a non-profit health clinic in Toronto that provides services for street youth up to the age of 25. Its website includes information about:
Street youth in Canada
Innovative approaches to street youth health
Dental care for the homeless
Research at Shout
Ways you can help, including donations and volunteering
What's happening at Shout
Community health centres
SHOUTreach - a magazine produced by and for street involved youth

Community Assessment of Homeless Youth


NOTE: Melanie Ebos writes this week's feature. Melanie is a graduating Occupational and Public Health student (a.k.a. Environmental Health Program) at Ryerson Polytechnic University. This community assessment/situational analysis was done in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the course ENH 816 - Health Promotion: Planning and Evaluation. Melanie participated in the February 1999 Charette on Street Youth in Toronto, with about fifty students from eight discipline-specific schools within the Faculty of Community Services. (This feature is seven pages long, including 8 references and could be obtained from Lorraine Telford who taught the course

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