Mental Health Program: The primary purpose of this program is to meet the unmet mental health needs of youth and families who are traditionally unwilling to pursue treatment, and whose problems place them at significant risk, and impede adequate functioning within their family, school, community, and mainstream society. The Mental Health Specialist provides subject services for a minimum of 20 youth and their families per annum; conducts for staff educational and skills building sessions (over a 20-week period, 4 hours per session, and the topics include, critical incident management, legal and ethical concerns, crisis intervention, suicide assessment and prevention, etc.); and provides clinical supervision, etc.
Schedule: Services will be provided on an on-going basis throughout the year.
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