MtA becomes “field testing” site for mental health initiative

March 23, 2017

Postsecondary students in New Brunswick will have access to improved mental health literacy and on-campus mental health care thanks to the expansion of a provincial initiative, reports the Sackville Tribune Post. The New Brunswick expansion of Pathway through Mental Health Care for Postsecondary Settings program was launched earlier this week at Mount Allison University. The Tribune Post reports that the program's framework has the potential to expand to other New Brunswick campuses and could serve as a model across Canada and internationally. “We are delighted to be part of this fantastic program, which will increase our capacity to understand our students’ needs and help us to adopt the most effective programs and initiatives to help them,” said MtA President Robert Campbell. Sackville Tribune Post | MtA