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  1. Service options available to current and former members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). Includes: Disability pension services: help paying for healthcare services Mental health support: Talk to a professional RCMP and family: transition services a...
  2. Provides a variety of physical and mental health services for veterans. Includes: Hearing loss and tinnitus: Compensation, hearing aids and accessories Mental health and wellness: Counselling, peer support, and compensation Physical health and wellness: Compen...
  3. A 24/7 confidential service that provides support for difficulties that affect well-being. These could include: Work-related issues Health concerns Family and marital problems Bereavement Other problems that affect well-beingUp to 20 hours of support is provid...
  4. Therapeutic CounsellingProvided by: Family Service PEI - AKA: Community and Family Services
    Provides confidential counselling for individuals, couples, families, and people struggling with infertility.  Examples of concerns that can be addressed in therapy include: Stress, anxiety or depression Family or romantic problems Parenting Becoming assertive...
  5. Therapeutic CounsellingProvided by: Family Service PEI - AKA: Community and Family Services
    Provides confidential counselling for individuals, couples, families, and people struggling with infertility.  Examples of concerns that can be addressed in therapy include: Stress, anxiety or depression Family or romantic problems Parenting Becoming assertive...
  6. Student Well-being TeamsProvided by: Government of Prince Edward Island - Department of Education and Lifelong Learning - AKA: Formerly Department of Education, Early Learning and Culture
    Provides free in-school supports and services for public school students who are struggling with mental, social and/or physical health issues. Examples of issues the teams can help with include: Anxiety Sleep issues Exercise Food Screen time Family...
  7. Trained peer support staff provide one-on-one support for individuals who are experiencing mental illness.COVID-19 UPDATE: Being offered online * Call 1-800-682-1648 for information
  8. Trained peer support staff provide one-on-one support for individuals who are experiencing mental illness.COVID-19 UPDATE: Being offered online * Call 1-800-682-1648 for information
  9. Mental health counselling, emotional support, community based cultural support services, and some assistance with transportation costs is available to those affected by missing and murdered Indigenous women.The final report has yet to be released.
  10. Provides clinics for children and youth including: The IWK Youth Psychosis Team The IWK Mood Disorders Team The IWK Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Clinic The IWK Pervasive Developmental Disorders (PDD) Clinic The IWK Eating Disorders Team The IWK Tourette...
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