Creative Spark programs are supported by various public and private organizations from across Canada. These include the University of Alberta; various regional and remote community support and funding programs, multiple Boards of Education, Alberta Health Services (AHS) Mental Health and Addiction, Canadian Mental Health Association;CMHC, Lieutenant Governor’s Circle on Mental Health, the Sheldon Kennedy Child Advocacy Centre, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (re Stoney Nakoda, Exshaw and Morley Community schools, Saddle Lake Cree Nation, Whitefish Lake First Nation, Kehewin Cree Nation, Ucluelet First Nation, BC).
In addition to receiving two grants from Bell Let’s Talk all our programs follow evidence based research which we conduct (quantative and qualitative). Creative Spark programs are continuously evolving to be better. At the end of each session we conduct feedback interviews with participants, social workers, teachers and our volunteers.
As a registered (Canadian) Not For Profit Creative Spark Inc. Logon for Mental Wellness provides full transparency for all programming, evaluation criteria and budgets.
DISCLAIMER: The Creative Spark Logon for Mental Wellness program is 100% volunteer. Please note: we do not offer mental health treatment or advice in anyway. We do, however, have what we call a ‘Safety Net’ which is designed to provide, when possible, a link to local mental health resources within each community Creative Spark is being offered.
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