CMHDARN offers a variety of resources – including publications, guides, industry newsletters and webinars – to support workers in the field and promote improved outcomes for consumers of community-managed services.
The Community Research Mentoring Project is a rewarding program that offers MHCC or NADA members an opportunity to receive mentoring from an expert in their chosen research area. Apply now!
The CMHDARN Research Ethics Consultation Committee (RECC) offers guidance to researchers and research participants to ensure project proposals, methodology and data collection tools all abide by ethical standards.
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