The CAMH Centre for Prevention Science currently holds several major grants and awards. For more information about our Public Health Agency of Canada grant click here and for more information about our Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada grant click here.

Current Major Grants:

The Fourth R Northern Project (PI: Claire Crooks)

Canadian Women’s Foundation Healthy Teen Relationships Initiative

$160,000

Understanding the Impact of Adapting and Implementing an Evidence-Based Mental Health Promotion Program: The Mental Health First Aid-First Nations Initiative (PI: Claire Crooks)

Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Population Health Intervention Research Operating Grant (2013-2015)

$200,000

The Fourth R: Promoting Youth Well-Being through Healthy Relationships (PI: Claire Crooks)

Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) Innovation Strategy, Phase II (2011-2015)

$2,635,574

Canadian Prevention Science Cluster for Children and Youth (PI: David Wolfe; Co-Investigators: Claire Crooks & Peter Jaffe)

Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) (2008-2015)

$2,253,741

Preventing Illicit Drug Use and Associated Criminal Activity: Implementation of the Fourth R Healthy Relationships Plus Program (PI: Claire Crooks, Co-Investigators: Ryan Broll & Ray Hughes)

Ontario Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services (2013-2014)

$34,700

Alberta Provincial Prevention Strategy Featuring the Fourth R: Strategies for Healthy Relationships (PI: Claire Crooks)

Government of Alberta (2012-2013)

$160,000