In 2012, the Graham Boeckh Foundation partnered with the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) to invest in ACCESS Open Minds, a pan-Canadian research and evaluation network aimed at generating new evidence about the impact of transformed services in diverse contexts (urban, rural and Indigenous). Visit ACCESS Open Minds, Pan-Canadian Research Network for more information.

In 2017, the Foundation helped to establish Frayme, a national knowledge mobilization and transfer platform in youth mental health, to further support pan- Canadian collaboration and knowledge exchange in Integrated Youth Services. Visit Frayme, Pan-Canadian Knowledge Exchange Initiative for more information.