- IWK Health Centre ( Nova Scotia): $750,000. This grant will support the development of a suicide prevention program for youth that will be made available to a network of therapists and care providers across the Maritimes.
- Hôpital Charles- LeMoyne ( Quebec): $300,000. This grant will help the centre provide acute care services to children three to 17 years of age who are suffering from mental illnesses such as depression, eating disorders, anxiety and attention deficit disorder.
- Royal Ottawa Foundation for Mental Health: $300,000 . This grant will help the "Do It For Daron" national suicide prevention initiative launch an internet TV series, encouraging young people to speak openly about mental health problems.
- Oolagen ( Toronto): $50,000. This accredited mental health centre provides the only city-wide walk-in counselling service for families, open five days a week. The clinic is providing parents an alternative solution to accessing mental health services.
- Earlscourt-Creche Child Development Institute ( Toronto): $50,000. This grant supports the SNAP Girls Connection Program. The program effectively addresses the needs of girls from ethnically diverse communities experiencing behavioural and emotional problems with a goal of keeping them healthy and in school.
- London Health Sciences Centre: $1,300,000 . This grant will help the Centre partner with the University of Western Ontario to provide mental health care and early intervention, especially in the areas of trauma and services for new Canadians and refugees.
- The Canadian Mental Health Association ( Saskatchewan): $100,000. This grant will help the Friends for Life program provide education on suicide to high school students, teachers and community members.
- Stollery Children's Hospital Foundation ( Alberta): $500,000. Anxiety is one of the most commonly diagnosed mental health illnesses in children. This grant will support Wired! A Mental Health Program for Anxious Teens, providing timely, evidence-based care to youth facing anxiety-related crises.
- Covenant House ( British Columbia): $50,000. This grant will support the Inner City Youth Mental Health Project, with in-house mental health clinicians providing youth with access to immediate on-site treatment.
RBC Announces $4.4 Million In Donations To Support Children's Mental Health Across Canada
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