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CEADM Applauds CMHA’s Call for Parity in Treatment of Canadians Living with Mental Illness

Ottawa – The national mental health coalition Canadians for Equitable Access to Depression Medication (CEADM) applauds today’s call for parity by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA). In its just-released report Mental Health in the Balance: Ending the Health“CEADM Applauds CMHA’s Call for Parity in Treatment of Canadians Living with Mental Illness”

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National Mental Health Coalition Joins Patient Groups in Call to Improve Current Process for Drug Pricing Review

(Ottawa, Ontario): A national coalition comprised of mental health leaders and advocates across the country has added its voice to those of other patient groups calling for a re-examination of the Government of Canada’s current review of drug pricing“National Mental Health Coalition Joins Patient Groups in Call to Improve Current Process for Drug Pricing Review”

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Time to Fix Canada’s Public Drug Plan System; Time to Ensure Equitable and Sustainable Access for All Canadians Suffering with Depression

It’s alarming enough that one in five Canadians suffers from mental illness, including major depression, but Canadians aren’t alone. Depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide, with more than 350 million people affected.During this year’s Mental Health Week“Time to Fix Canada’s Public Drug Plan System; Time to Ensure Equitable and Sustainable Access for All Canadians Suffering with Depression”

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Backgrounder

In an unprecedented move, mental health professionals and leaders, advocates, doctors, academics and people with lived experience from across the country have joined together to form a coalition to ensure equitable and sustainable access for all Canadians suffering with“Backgrounder”

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