CASA Child, Adolescent and Family Mental Health is pleased to announce that it has joined the Coordinated Accessible National (CAN) Health Network in an effort to expand its unique programs and services throughout Alberta and across Canada.
The CAN Health Network is a federally funded integrated market working to introduce more Canadian innovation into Canada’s health-care system. Comprising 29 health-care operators (called Edges) from across the country, the Network helps identify health-care’s biggest challenges and solve them with proven homegrown solutions. The ultimate goal is to enable Canadian companies to be rapidly validated, procured and scaled across Canada and abroad, starting with Edges in the Network.
As the Network’s first and only Edge dedicated solely to mental health services among children and youth, partnering with CASA gives the CAN Health Network and its members an opportunity to explore a wider range of innovative solutions for this particular area of the health-care industry.
Learn more about the partnership on CAN Health Network’s website.