Mental health

The funds will expand programs and increase access to treatment for young people living with mental illness.
The organization was granted $555,000 to develop resources as part of a partnership the province.
“This investment will improve access to vital services for students and families across the province and support early intervention and lifelong mental wellness,” said Jennifer Whiteside, minister of education.

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