Ten years of substantive impact improving mental health care for young people
The complete, comprehensive, and evidence-based school approach for increasing the mental health literacy and help-seeking ability of teenagers and the people they see almost every day - their teachers.
The first publication of its kind, providing students with information on topics including time management, relationships, money, school, sexual activity, mental illness, suicide and addictions. It includes self-help information for socio-economic & healthcare needs and contains recommendations on where to get help.
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Halifax, N.S (Jan. 24, 2017) – Today, the team at TeenMentalHealth.Org launched an innovative, original and evidence-based model aimed at linking healthcare and education in order to better the lives of youth suffering from mental illness. Approximately 70% of mental illnesses can be diagnosed before the age of 25, which makes adolescence a critical time […]
Medavie Health Foundation funds three-year campus mental health initiative led by Dr. Stan Kutcher FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 24, 2016 Halifax, NS – Postsecondary students will have access to improved mental health literacy and on-campus mental health care with Pathway through Mental Health Care for Postsecondary Settings. Led by Dr. Stan Kutcher, a renowned expert […]
Resource providing support after suicide now available HALIFAX, NS (MAY 4, 2016) – Suicide attempts remain the second largest category (after falls) for injury-related hospitalizations across Nova Scotia. After the death of her son, Carol (Cashen) Rolfe was inspired to share her findings in a readily accessible resource for parents faced with a similar loss. […]