by George Paul and The Province of NS

Nova Scotia Premier, Darrel Dexter spend some time in Eskasoni to discuss community issues and to announce their support of the Mi’kmaq Crisis Line in Eskasoni. (L-R) Premier Dexter, Eskasoni Health Center Director, Sharon Rudderham, Chief Leroy Denny and Health and Wellness Minister David Wilson. Photo by George Paul

Aboriginal Nova Scotia’s will continue to have access to critical mental health services and support with provincial funding to help maintain the Mi’kmaq Crisis Line in Eskasoni.

Increasing mental health and addictions treatment services in First Nations communities is a priority for the province, and a key part of Nova Scotia’s first mental health and addictions strategy, Together We Can. As part of that plan, the province will provide $50,000 to maintain the c ...

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