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PEI-focused Mental Health and Substance Use Services and Supports for People Leaving Correctional Settings

Created in 2010, Health PEI operates hospitals, health centres, community-based programs and services, and more. Mental health services are offered in hospitals and in community health facilities across the province, with bilingual services available in some locations. Mental health walk-in clinics also offer immediate support for anxiety, depression, and other complex needs.

Note: this province-specific resource comes from the National Inventory of Mental Health and Substance Use Services and Supports. On that page, you will find the national inventory and links to the inventories for the other provinces and territories.

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