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Walk-in clinics, youth centre: New Brunswick shares addictions and mental health plan

COVID-19.“The real crux of the services that are needed, that I’ve seen since having the stakeholder engagement and coming to this file, is the response time,” Shephard said. “That’s why these walk-in clinics are so important… that’s why the mobile mental health crisis units are so important.” ‘Stay in touch,’ exercise, breathe: Combating mental health challenges during COVID-19 The province is promising to create 13 walk-in mental health and addictions clinics across the province by October, similar to one that recently opened in Campbellton.Shephard said that’s proved successful in getting people seen faster.Within the first six weeks of opening, there were 97 walk-in appointments, she said.

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