My colleagues might be able to speak to that very well because they're quite connected with local services.
From what I see, there are a lot of services that are scrambling to try to meet these various needs. They're seeing the youth who are coming in and trying to adapt their services to them. There's obviously a high demand for these kinds of services.
I think the key is also making sure that they're widely available, that there's some level of consistency, that there's longevity, that young people can count on it. They may be directing their energy to certain immediate needs, but that doesn't mean they're not going to need to cycle back to these services after 12 months and beyond. It's making sure that those are available.
It's also making sure that people know where they are and how to get them. I'm constantly learning about amazing work that's happening in our own communities, which I had no idea was there and that I can refer people to. It's how people learn about these services and how we can connect young people to them.
Again, it's why I say that to me, health, education, employment, are very interconnected, and making people aware, making service providers and educators aware of the services there, is key.