In September 2017, Mental Health and Addiction Services for children and youth along with mental health services offered in schools have been restricted to make them more accessible to this clientele.
This service delivery model called Integrated Service Delivery (ISD) will serve children and with significant emotional, social and/or mental health needs. This innovative approach that makes it possible for departments and agencies (Education and Early Childhood Development, Health, Social Development, Justice and Public Safety, school districts, and the Regional Health Networks) to work together in order to provide the right service at the right intensity at the right time.
At the heart of the ISD model are the child and youth teams (C & Y teams), which are composed of school and mental health psychologists, school and mental health social workers, addiction workers, learning support teachers, and a clinical coordinator. These teams will provide services around a group of schools.
To help you understand this information, we thought it would be useful to include the groupings of schools associated with the six Anglophone C & Y teams in the region. The phone number to access the reception office of each team is also indicated in that document.
For more information on the ISD model, we encourage you to visit our web site at : http://www2.gnb.ca/content/gnb/en/departments/education/isd.html
Enclosure: School groups and C&Y teams
Integrated Service Delivery (ISD)
Child and Youth teams and Schools
Child and Youth Team
Moncton High Cluster
Arnold H McLeod
Bernice McNaughton Cluster
Harrison Trimble High Cluster
Tantramar High-Bonar Law Cluster (crosses district boundary)
Eleanor W. Graham Middle
Bonar Law Memorial High
Riverview High Cluster
Claude D Taylor
Frank L Bowser
Caledonia Regional High, JMA Armstrong, Petitcodiac Regional
JMA High /Salisbury Middle