About Hull’s Voices

Hull’s Voices of Lived Experience – Child, Youth and Family Advisory Council (Hull’s Voices) partners with young people and families who have received services from Hull and listens to their experiences to develop key strategies that support positive growth within our programs. Hull and Hull’s Voices council members break down the barrier that separates families from professionals so they can collectively work together to give the community the best possible mental health services. They listen to young people and families’ stories and experiences with the upmost respect and integrity.

Most of the council is made of lived-experienced members; lived-experienced meaning real people who have received services through Hull Services.

It was important to us that we not just listen to what our young people and families have to say — but also give them a voice at the table working directly with our Agency’s senior leadership, the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) accreditation report, and other areas within the Agency.


Professionals collaborating with young people and families to support positive outcomes.


Key Areas of Focus


Hull’s Voices 


Watch this video to learn more about Hull’s Voices, like how the council began, what they hope to achieve, and why they are so important! 


Tuning our Voice

There is another powerful voice that‘s ready to be heard – the voice of those young people and families we support

Learn more about how the council began, why they are important, and how they plan to support growth within Hull’s programs.

Read Story


If you’re a lived-experience person who is interested in telling your story, please reach out. Your feedback will directly impact the Agency’s initiative to strengthen our programs that will have important impact on our communities. Your contact is completely confidential and greatly appreciated. Reach out to Christina Sackett at csackett@hullservices.ca or 403.829.6631 to learn more.


If you’re a lived-experienced person who has received services through Hull and are interested in being a part of a team that does important, rewarding work strengthening our programs, we would love to hear from you! Reach out to Christina Sackett at csackett@hullservices.ca or 403.829.6631 to learn more.

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