Mental Health, Wellness and Recovery

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Now more than ever, we need to respond rapidly and effectively to the evolving mental health and wellness landscape in our province. A preliminary five-year action plan has been created to help shape the strategic priorities of the newly created ministry of Mental Health, Wellness and Recovery, including a focus on five key areas:

  • evidence-based, quality, data-driven services
  • service access and coordination
  • substance use and recovery
  • population health and wellness
  • service governance and accountability

A public engagement campaign will begin this fall gathering input from Manitobans and key stakeholders to ensure that as we move forward services and programs are meeting the needs of Manitobans. The engagement campaign will include a variety of engagement opportunities. Stay updated on engagement opportunities by subscribing to this project.

Provide Your Feedback
As a first step in the consultation process, we are now asking the public and stakeholders for pre-engagement feedback. This information will help inform the upcoming consultation planning and approach.


Now more than ever, we need to respond rapidly and effectively to the evolving mental health and wellness landscape in our province. A preliminary five-year action plan has been created to help shape the strategic priorities of the newly created ministry of Mental Health, Wellness and Recovery, including a focus on five key areas:

  • evidence-based, quality, data-driven services
  • service access and coordination
  • substance use and recovery
  • population health and wellness
  • service governance and accountability

A public engagement campaign will begin this fall gathering input from Manitobans and key stakeholders to ensure that as we move forward services and programs are meeting the needs of Manitobans. The engagement campaign will include a variety of engagement opportunities. Stay updated on engagement opportunities by subscribing to this project.

Provide Your Feedback
As a first step in the consultation process, we are now asking the public and stakeholders for pre-engagement feedback. This information will help inform the upcoming consultation planning and approach.

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    As a first step in the consultation process, we are now asking the public and stakeholders for pre-engagement feedback. This information will help inform the upcoming consultation planning and approach. We want to understand your lived experiences and existing relationship to mental health and addictions services in Manitoba. We want to know how you would prefer to provide feedback and receive communications on this project. Thank you for your time and sharing your input.

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