88%
Yes
12%
No
86%
Yes
10%
No
2%
Yes, and increase funding for research into the causes of mental illness
2%
No, the problem is implementation not funding
0%
No, we cannot afford this right now

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 @9K6M454from Ontario answered…2mos2MO

We have alot of better stuff to do right now than this and alot of people are getting help as it is, so may it as a necessity at least, sure.

 @9F5KMPVfrom Alberta answered…7mos7MO

 @9F4F77Yfrom Alberta answered…7mos7MO

The government doesn't need more funding for it. They need to make more laws to support the mental health of people.

 @9F3YN58from Ontario answered…7mos7MO

Yes, and increase funding for research into treatment options, like more effective and safer medications with fewer side effects.

 @9GNXXXTfrom British Columbia answered…5mos5MO

Yes, as they can help spread awareness about different health initiatives and create an informed populace, and help a lot of prevention and open up a larger discussion.

 @9G7KWZYfrom Ontario answered…6mos6MO

Yes, but fund the 1:1 psychotherapeutic approaches for low and middle income families and individuals.

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