Grants for Canada's Children to Get Mental Health Help: free Webinar

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only 1 in 5 youth with a mental health illness get access to the care they need

~ Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) Foundation

The RBC Children’s Mental Health Project has provided $20 million to nearly 330 programs since it launched in 2008 (via the RBC Foundation). Effective June 17, 2015, the Project has established a new grant strategy to improve service delivery by focusing on two funding areas where RBC can make the biggest impact:

  • Navigation programs

that address youth’s immediate need to access services.

  • Technology-based service solutions

 that improve access to care

for youth in remote areas, or those who cannot access services in their local communities.

The foundation's goal is to remove barriers that prevent youth and families across Canada from getting the mental health care they need.

To learn more about RBC Children’s Mental Health Project new grant strategy join RBC for a free webinar on Thursday, June 18, 2015 12:00 p.m. EST. Register now.

RBC ~ All kids should feel healthy inside and out
RBC ~ All kids should feel healthy inside and out

For more information on the RBC Foundation see The Worried Generation, a white paper on the findings from the first RBC Youth Optimism Survey, with expert commentary from Rona Maynard, author, former editor of Chatelaine magazine and mental health advocate.

Kathryn Bechthold CEO Alchemy Communications
Kathryn Bechthold CEO Alchemy Communications

author: Kathryn Bechthold, Communications expert in Calgary, AB. Owner/CEO of Alchemy Communications Inc,