Nova Scotia’s mental health strategy needs refocusing, cash infusion: report – The Chronicle Herald

13 janvier 2021

The province’s mental health and addictions strategy is not working and it’s going to take more than $200 million in additional annual funding to fix it, the college of social workers says.

“Extensive consultation with social work service users, providers and supervisors produced overwhelmingly consistent results from the research literature to the consultations, which all strongly indicated that the current delivery of mental health services does not serve the public well,” said Catrina Brown, an associate professor at Dalhousie University’s school of social work and one of three researchers and co-authors of a new 244-page report.

Commencez à taper et appuyez sur Entrée pour rechercher