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Stepped Care 2.0 – Where we have been, where we will go: A quality improvement workshop – Summary report


On November 20, 2018, the Mental Health Commission of Canada convened representatives from provincial and territorial governments, post- secondary institutions, non-profit organizations, and other stakeholder groups to:

  • Increase awareness of the Stepped Care 2.0 Demonstration Project in Newfoundland and Labrador, Stepped Care generally, and other implementation procedures that promote rapid access to mental health services
  • Identify barriers, facilitators, and best practices for Stepped Care and e-mental health service adoption
  • Explore recommendations for development, implementation, and evaluation of current e-mental health projects and future opportunities.

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