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Working Together

Our Kids Network, as a collective impact network, builds capacity of community organizations that support children, youth and their families.

OKN partners and the community work together towards the Halton 7 population results. OKN supports them by helping to identify and define challenges and opportunities, and building community capacity to leverage knowledge and maximize resources.

Our Kids Network recognizes the critical importance of Truth and Reconciliation for Halton agencies and organizations serving children, youth and families in Halton.OKN is working on an Indigenous Reconciliation Plan that will provide leadership, tools and pathways to improve staff knowledge and reflection. More...

The Early Years Mental Health Toolkit is aimed at building the capacity of service providers to support and promote the mental well-being of infants, young children and their families. The Toolkit includes: an evidence-based Common Message paper, an interactive Community Model of Care as well as resources and tools to support service providers in our community. More…

The Hub at Holy Rosary Elementary School in Aldershot is now closed. Customized plans and timelines are in place for the Acton and Milton OKN Hubsto ensure that hub activities and programs are transitioned to the local community by August 2020 (Milton) and December 2020 (Acton). More...

Based on EDI data and other neighbourhood characteristics, the Early Years Initiative provides the opportunity for local organizations to work together to plan and develop resources that are most needed and supported at the local level to address early childhood development and transition to school. More...

Variety of research-based information and resources for use by professionals in their work with families, and each other, to improve knowledge and skills. More...

OKN is committed to active and meaningful engagement of youth and adults within youth-serving organisations and communities across Halton. More...