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March 2020
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THE BELL-GBF PARTNERSHIP FOR INTEGRATED YOUTH SERVICES
 
Left to Right:Mary Deacon (Bell), Ian Boeckh (GBF), Karine Moses (Bell), François Legault (Premier of Québec), Simon Courtemanche (Aire ouverte), Mirko Bibic (Bell), Sabrina Choquette (Aire ouverte), Pablo Rodriguez (Leader of the Government and the House of Commons and Quebec Lieutenant), Elana Ludman (GBF).
 
The Graham Boeckh Foundation (GBF) and Bell Let’s Talk are pleased to announce a major partnership to advance integrated systems of care for youth mental health across Canada. Through the partnership, Bell and GBF will commit $10 million to accelerate and develop Integrated Youth Services (IYS). Building off the work that is already underway, the goal is to provide youth across the country with access to timely, high-quality and culturally appropriate mental health, addictions and related services. 

To learn more about the announcement and the Bell-GBF partnership, see the press release and video featuring Aire ouverte, the Quebec Integrated Youth Services project. Thank you to everyone who participated!

More information about our support of IYS and the related work that is underway across Canada is available on our website

 
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