Project Noise Award



As mental health diagnoses continue to rise among post-secondary students, the costs incurred continue to rise as well. Receiving treatment for mental illness can become incredibly costly. While many universities across Canada have their own services with an inhouse team of healthcare professionals, these services are often over-booked or simply inadequate. For these reasons, many students (including those with limited or no insurance policies) must seek external solutions and are forced to spend hundreds to thousands of dollars annually to pay for these medical bills, including monthly charges for prescription refills and psychologist fees which are in no way covered by the Canadian government.

For these reasons, we are offering the Project Noise Award to aid students in the expenses incurred while receiving treatments.



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