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

Recently, there have been some shifts in the territorial delivery model for Yukon counselling services, with the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), All Genders Yukon, and the Mental Wellness and Substance Use Services branch named as core service providers (see cbc.ca/news/canada/north/many-rivers-closing-yukon-government-1.5260490).

According to the Yukon Review Board, Mental Wellness and Substance Use Services in Whitehorse provide support to people in need of mental health supports who are in and out of custody, as well as those who are part of the forensic system.

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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