Turning data into action

Coming Spring 2019

The latest from our initiatives

A glimpse at our work to date

The members of ARC Project have been working hard to put their findings into action. For each initiative there are infographics to give you a glimpse into what we have been working on.

Community Initiatives

Community Initiatives have to date included 33 participants from 24 agencies comprised of 15 from High River, eight from Calgary and one from Okotoks.

Youth Initiatives

Details on our research for Youth Initiatives are coming soon!

Child Initiatives

158 participants comprised of 79 children and 79 parents from High River, Calgary and surrounding areas including the Municipal District of Foothills and Bragg Creek.

Preliminary Findings

Dr. Caroline McDonald-Harker presents preliminary findings from the child initiative at the Resilient Calgary event hosted by the Centre for Community Disaster Research at Mount Royal University.

Dr. Robin Cox presents preliminary findings from the youth initiative at the Resilient Calgary event hosted by the Centre for Community Disaster Research at Mount Royal University in Calgary, Alberta.

Dr. Julie Drolet and Dr. Robin Cox present preliminary findings from the ARC Project at the Alberta College of Social Workers pre-conference workshop in Calgary, Alberta in Calgary, Alberta.

Based on preliminary findings from the child initiative, children can increase their resilience in the following 5 ways: