Indigenous Mental Health Project resources

April 6, 2021

Between November 2018 and October 2019, through the Indigenous Mental Health Project we surveyed and gathered with almost 100 Indigenous and non-Indigenous academics, service providers and First Nation, Inuit and Metis youth from across Canada. Each group represented a strand of the basket. Across the three strands, participants identified 231 barriers to mental, emotional and spiritual health and well-being. Using the Three-Stranded Basket approach, four Grand Challenge areas were identified as the most important to address through a future targeted innovation program. Click on the image below to learn more about this project. 

Cover of the Indigenous Mental Health Project Overview

Click on the image below to access an interactive community report that outlines the Grand Challenge areas that were identified through this project. Click here for a printer friendly version of this community report.

POSTCARD PRINT Indigenous Mental Health Project - outcomes postcard_August 2020

Click here to learn more about the evaluation that took place about the innovative Three-Stranded Basket approach that was fundamental to this project.