Frayme Learning Institute 2022

Frayme Learning Institute 2022

The Path to an Exemplary Youth Mental Health System

February 23-24, 2022   |   #Frayme2022

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Come join us for our 2022 event!

The Call for Abstracts for Frayme 2022 is now open. We invite you to learn more about what type of content we are looking to showcase at Frayme 2022. The call for abstracts will close on November 30, 2021.

What’s the theme this year?

What does your ideal Canadian youth mental health and substance use system look like? What types of services does it include? How are youth and caregivers engaged? How does research, practice and lived expertise come together to inform service provision?

This year, we’re asking you to ideate so that we can carve out a path to a better system that meets the needs of our youth, families, advocates, service providers and all others involved in the YMHSU sector. Through this theme, we will be showcasing services and programs that model excellence in engagement, are evidence-based and most importantly, place equity and accessibility at the forefront of design. We will also be using this theme to come together and brainstorm ways our system and all those working within it can learn from each other, share resources and step out of duplication and into collaboration. #Frayme2022 will provide an opportunity for Frayme’s network of 400+ organizations to come together in the spirit of radical system transformation - if we can dream it, we can achieve it.




How will it take place?

The 2022 Frayme Learning Institute will be delivered once again as a virtual event so that attendance is not limited by geographic or accessibility factors. Your experience at #Frayme2022 will be fueled by engaging and thought-provoking activities including workshops, plenaries and networking sessions regardless of how you choose to attend.


The official schedule will be released after the call for abstracts period has closed.

Who’s this event for?

We’re always looking to make more friends at Frayme so anyone is welcome, however, the event will be most relevant to organizations/individuals that play a role in the delivery of YMHSU systems and services including:

Youth and Caregiver advocates
Service providers
System change-makers
Operational leaders
Researchers and academics

Still curious about the Learning Institute?

Check out this page to learn and see what went down last year at the #Frayme2021 Learning Institute to get a taste of what to expect.

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