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October 3, 2022

Advocate’s first recommendation monitoring report stemming from the Youth Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Services Review

NationTalk: FREDERICTON (GNB) – Child, Youth, and Seniors’ Advocate Kelly Lamrock has found that although New Brunswick has increased the funding and training for mental health services in the past year, the long-term plan is still too vague. His finding was included in the first update his office submitted on the government’s implementation of recommendations from the...

July 1, 2021

No Child Left Behind

“KATOP WASIS SESOMIW NOKALAWIN MO NAGELAMEG NEOTEETJIT MITJOAATJITJ. NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND.”First Nation Advisory Council Report to the New Brunswick Child and Youth Advocate. July 2021. This report outlines some of the unique and complex context and jurisdictional circumstances related to mental health services for Indigenous people through five sections: Indigenous Suicide and Mental Health...

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