Polypharmacy Risk Reduction Initiative

Comox Valley

Comox Valley family physicians, pharmacists and nurse leaders came together at Polypharmacy Risk Reduction "Building Local Capacity and Sustainability" sessions to develop approaches for conducting meaningful medication review processes in support of the Residential Care Initiative and receive tools and clinical resource to support decision making.


Partners in Care

Comox Valley

Perinatal Partners in Care Project

A Shared Care collaboration with Perinatal Services BC to assess maternity care needs in the area, and create solutions to address any gaps. At the core of this collaborative effort is direct input from women and families, family doctors, obstetricians, midwives and local perinatal care providers to ensure maternity patients have access to appropriate pre and post natal care.

Perinatal Partners in Care Phase 2

To implement a collaborative group maternity care pilot, and to enhance care for pregnamnt women experiencing mild to moderate mental health and substance use issues.




Child and Youth Mental Health Collaborative


Local Action Teams

Local Action Teams (LATs) are a key component in the structure of the Child and Youth Mental Health and Substance Use (CYMHSU) Collaborative. They provide the foundation for improving timely access to support and services for local children, youth and families experiencing mental health and substance use challenges.

Teams are comprised of a diverse cross-section of mental health and substance-use service providers, stakeholders, and youth and families from the local community.

How it works

Each Local Action team commits to tackling one or two key objectives within a particular timeframe to address system barriers in their community. A Collaborative Coach supports the team to help them successfully achieve their goals and measure their outcomes.

Click the link below to see details of who’s involved in your community, their improvement objectives, and how they’re planning to measure success.

Comox Valley


Transitions in Care Initiative


There are no projects currently in this area.