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A ground-breaking program for early detection and treatment of mental illness in schools


Improved prevention of mental illness in at-risk teens: That is the purpose of this innovative program being rolled out in 30 high schools in Greater Montréal.

Conducted by Dr. Patricia Conrod’s team, its aim is to detect and treat mental illness in 12- to 18-year-olds in their daily environment to reduce the illness’s impact over the long term.

CHU Sainte-Justine took the initiative, developing this innovative project as part of a national strategy to continually improve mental health services for young people.

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