Mental Health Indicators for Canada
To paint a picture of mental health in Canada, the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) has developed 63 indicators reflecting mental health across the lifespan for children and youth, adults, and seniors. All indicators look at mental health in different settings, and report on aspects of services and supports used by people with mental illness. These indicators help health care professionals, policy makers, and government workers to make informed decisions and to focus their attention on strategies designed to improve the mental health of Canadians. MHCC is pleased to present the results of 13 indicators at this time. The full list of indicators will be released in April 2015. For more information, view the Informing the Future: Mental Health Indicators for Canada project.
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