Enhancing Mental Wellness through Creative Expression
The Boys and Girls Club of Moncton is receiving a $45,000 grant over three years in support of Reflexion, a program providing children and youth with a variety of creative, therapeutic outlets in helping them move toward positive mental health.
Raising Suicide Prevention Awareness Among Island Youth
The Canadian Mental Health Association – Prince Edward Island (CMHA–PEI) is receiving a $75,000 grant in support of Signals of Suicide (SOS), a school-based suicide prevention and awareness program targeting grade nine students.
2017 Medavie Scholarship Honouring Pierre-Yves Julien awarded to Keith MacIsaac
Keith MacIsaac is the 2017 recipient of the Medavie Scholarship honouring Pierre-Yves Julien. A student in the therapeutic recreation program at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Keith is a member of Laing House, a peer support organization for youth living with mental illness.
The name change reflects the diversifying range of clinical, logistical, and support professionals from across different health care fields employed and managed by the company. While Emergency Medical Services will continue to constitute a large part of the company’s operations, Medavie Health Services leverages its clinical, logistical and health care management skills to make a significant and innovative contribution to the health and wellbeing of Canadians.