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The Balance of Care (BoC) Research and Evaluation Group is a collaborative of established health services researchers and graduate students based at the University of Toronto. Led by Professor A. Paul Williams (CRNCC Co-Chair), the Group’s work focuses on access to, and the cost-effectiveness of, community-based programs and services for vulnerable groups and individuals including older persons at risk of institutionalization (and their informal caregivers); persons with disabilities; children with chronic health needs; and communities defined by sexual orientation, ethnicity and race (including First Nations). Projects also highlight the crucial role of informal and mostly unpaid caregivers, family, friends and neighbors, in supporting the wellbeing, quality of life, and independence of persons of all ages who cannot manage on their own.

This page provides links to BoC findings and reports within the public domain including those from projects completed in 11 of Ontario’s 14 LHINs.

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PDF fileRespect, Recovery, Resilience: Recommendations for Ontario's Mental Health and Addictions Strategy
Minister's Advisory Group on the 10-Year Mental Health and Addictions Strategy. December 2010

Out of the Shadows at Last - Transforming Mental Health, Mental Illness and Addiction Services in Canada
Final Report of The Standing Senate Committee On Social Affairs, Science And Technology
The Honourable Michael J.L.Kirby, Chair, The Honourable Wilbert Joseph Keon, Deputy Chair. May 2006