Youth Pulse Check : Survey Results Report
This document outlines the most important findings of the Youth Pulse Check, a mental health survey filled out by 456 English-speaking youth between the ages of 18-29 from 14 regions across the province of Quebec. Although 90% of respondents said they struggled at least somewhat often with their mental wellbeing and 81% of respondents, said that the COVID-19 pandemic has increased their struggles to feel well at a level 3 or more on a scale of 1 to 5, the survey revealed that many English-speaking youth feel there are significant gaps and barriers in accessing mental health services in their region. If many youth reported having sought out help in the past without success—meeting with barriers such as long wait lists, the prohibitive costs of mental health support, or the unavailability of services in English— other youth reported not having sought out help because of a lack of information about services to which they might turn.
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Nigam, Sunita. Youth Pulse Check : Survey Results Report. Community Health and Social Services Network (CHSSN), 2022.
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