Mental illness is the most common illness experienced by children and teens in Canada.
Many patients with chronic health conditions also have mental health issues that go undiagnosed and untreated
Our health system often divides mental health from physical health into distinct silos of care and treatment, yet no such mind-body duality exists in actual patients.
In any developed country, politicians and clinicians are struggling to improve quality of care while reducing costs of healthcare systems.
Tout démontre que l’accessibilité des soins de santé mentale au Canada est médiocre. Parmi les personnes souffrant de dépression, une sur cinq bénéficie de soins adéquats.