Font GrowFont Shrink
Banner Gallery
Overlay Graphic
Welcome to Youth Net
Youth Net/Réseau Ado (YN/RA) Ottawa is a bilingual intervention program that works from a youth engagement philosophy.  Youth Net/Réseau Ado offers alternative support services for youth. We are a by youth, for youth organization that strives to promote a balanced mental health while decreasing the stigma surrounding mental illness and its treatment options. Our programs and services focus on prevention, intervention, education, research and advocacy.
News & Events

20th Anniversary Celebration!       
 
Youth, family and friends, come join us on Saturday, October 18th 2014 as we celebrate YouthNet's 20th birthday!
 Can you believe that we've been around for 20 whole years? Well, we have and we are so happy to share this milestone with you all.
 
The event details
10:30am - 12:30pm - Youth Only! Come try out our coping strategy stations, check out other partners in the community and try out some fun workshops (Djembe, kickboxing, yoga, zumba, etc ...)
12:30 - 4:30pm - ALL welcomed
 
Youth-friendly attire, please!
 
No need to RSVP, just show up and you'll be greeted with open arms and fun workshops and coping strategies!
Also, bring some pocket change, we're also having a silent auction too!
 
See you all there!  
 
For more information contact: youthnet@cheo.on.ca  
 
 
Our Philosophy
Rooted in Youth Engagement, Clinically Supported

Youth Net/Réseau Ado is a for youth, by youth, mental health promotion, education, early intervention and postvention program operating out of the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario. It is rooted in a youth engagement philosophy and is supported by a strong clinical component that makes us stand out from other similar programs.

 
 
Donate Now
Our Funding

We are fortunate to be supported by the resources of the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario. With that, 100% of our programming comes from the generosity of our community: through grants, donations and third party fundraisers. This also means that any funds we receive can be earmarked for a particular area of interest for donors.