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Mental Health

The Canadian network for Mood and Anxiety Treatments:

The Canadian Mental Health Association provides Information on Mental Health and High School:

Camp Dragonfly is a retreat for bereaved teenacgers which is held the last weekend of November at the Tim Horton's Camp in Tatamagouche. There is no cost and teh camp is staffed by volunteers trained in bereavement. Dragonfly Retreat

The Adolescent Centre for Treactment (ACT) program provides rehabilitative mental health treatment in a 24-hour residential setting for teens aged 13-19.

Healthy Repationships
Healthy Relationships was developed by a community group, Men for Change, in Halifax as a response to the massacre of 14 women engineering students in Montreal, Quebec in 1989. This program for grades 7-9 is currently used by schools, women's shelters, social welfare agencies, and health, detention, youth and counselling centres in Canada and the United States. - Visit this great new self-help website for anxieties and related mental health issues such as phobias, panic attacks, and obsessive-compulsive disporder. is an award-winnning website dedicated to helping improve the mental health of youth by the effective translation and transfer of scientific knowledge.

Kids Help Phone is an excellend resource for information and advice on how to deal with relationships, abuse, bullying, and addiction to name a few.

CHOICES is a voluntary program helping adolescents aged 13-19 dealing with problems around substance abuse and gambling thfough counselling and support. The program is comprised of three teams: Inpatient, Outclient, and Day Program.

Phoenix Youth Programs, located in Halifax, has ten programs and services for at risk and homeless youth between the ages of 12-24. Phoenix provides an innovative continuum of care from prevention to follow up. is an award winning site for youth by youth. This is a place where you can get info, resources and the tools to help you manage stress, crisis and mental health problems. Share what youlive and what you know with your friends. Our guide has additional resources that students can use to help manage feelings of stress and anxiety, additional school resources to help with anxiety, and a list of apps that help promote student mental health. With more students taking on more rigorous academic loads, now, more than ever, the need for student access to mental health resources is imperative. You can find a list of our guides here.
Key elements of our resources include:
 - A comprehensive look at the some issues that college students may experience during their academic career
 - Tips for how to identify and cope with warning signs of mental health issues with peers
 - A list of top mental health organizations and resources students can utilize
 - Advice from a number of experts who have excelled in assisting college students with mental health issues

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