Mental Health Capacity Building Program
The Mental Health Capacity Building (MHCB) program is an integrated, community driven approach that provides promotion, prevention and early intervention addictions and mental health services to children, youth and their families, within a school setting. The overall goal of the program is to build resiliency skills in children, youth and families and to support children and youth to be mentally healthy, stay in school, and succeed in life. The MHCB Program provides mental health and wellness promotion and prevention supports designed to build strengths while reducing the stigma of addiction and mental illness.
Partners involved include:
- Alberta Education
- Alberta Health Services - Addictions and Mental Health
- Camrose and District Support Services
- Camrose Open Door
- Camrose Police Services
- Camrose Public Health
- Child and Family Services
- University of Alberta - Augustana Campus
Questions? Contact the MHCB Program Manager.