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ACCESS Canada: The Douglas Institute at the heart of the future in youth care
Date:6/13/2014

communities. ACCESS is based on shared values, driven by the needs of youth and their families, incorporates many new innovative elements of early intervention, and involves the participation of multiple stakeholders and communities in six provinces, indigenous communities, and one territory.

"Funded through a ground-breaking and visionary partnership between the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and the Graham Boekch Foundation, ACCESS Canada unites youth, families, service providers, researchers, policymakers, and community organizations to develop, implement, and evaluate a model of transformation to improve youth mental health services in Canada", said Dr. Ashok Malla. "This will be achieved through innovation in early identification, rapid and flexible access, and appropriate care that is engaging, compassionate, sensitive and evidence-informed", he added. "Our work in early intervention at the Douglas Institute over the past 11 years has prepared us well to lead this national initiative. Success of ACCESS Canada is likely to lead to large scale transformation of youth mental health services in Canada".

Lynne McVey, Chief Executive Officer of the Douglas Mental Health University Institute and Associate Professor at McGill University, both endorsed and congratulated Dr. Malla and his team: "We are very grateful to The Graham Boeckh Foundation for their leadership and to the CIHR for its forward-thinking and matching support. The future of mental health care is through early detection and prevention. The new ACCESS Canada program will have a transformative impact on youth mental health services both in Quebec and Canada. At the Douglas Institute, we are very proud of Dr. Ashok Malla and his team for their leadership in sharing their proven approach with others across the country through ACCESS Canada.", added Lynne McVey.


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Contact: Florence Meney
florence.meney@douglas.mcgill.ca
514-835-3236
Douglas Mental Health University Institute
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