Sandbox Mental Health Initiative

The Sandbox Project to receive $450,000 in funding to build Virtual Mental Health Support Network for youth living with mental illness

Phase two of the Sandbox Mental Health Initiative will help youth track their moods, activities, and response to treatment, while keeping in touch with healthcare providers

TORONTO, Jan. 23, 2014 /CNW/ - Today, The Sandbox Project announced $450,000 in joint funding to kick-start the second phase of The Sandbox Mental Health Initiative - a new virtual health network and mobile app to support youth and their families in the treatment of mental illness. Announced at The Sandbox Project 4th Annual National Conference and Workshop, funding support comes from TELUS, the RBC Foundation, the Graham Boeckh Foundation and the Echo Foundation.