Feedback needed on Mental Health and Addictions website!

The NSHA Mental Health & Addictions Program (MHA) is in the process of redeveloping our website to serve you better. When complete it will have information that we know is important to you such as:

  • how and where to get help,
  • what we’re doing to support Nova Scotians,
  • links to key MHA organizations,
  • information about mental illness, substance use, gambling and wellness, etc.

As we go through our development process we plan to ask for feedback on various site features and content. Today we’re asking you to share your thoughts on a popular mental health site used in Newfoundland and Labrador called Bridge the gApp (https://www.bridgethegapp.ca). It provides access to eMental Health applications and supports (mental health services and information delivered or enhanced through the Internet and related technologies, such as apps, videoconferencing and text). The feedback we receive about Bridge the gApp will help inform what our new Nova Scotia site should include.

Giving us just ten minutes of your time will make a big difference. You would be providing us with the information we need to make positive changes in responding to how people seek out and find the support they need.

Be assured that all answers you provide will be kept in the strictest confidence

To help us track if we are hearing from a wide range of people please consider responding to a few general questions about yourself before providing your feedback on the Bridge the gapp website (https://www.bridgethegapp.ca).

Thank you!

The NSHA Mental Health & Addictions Program (MHA) is in the process of redeveloping our website to serve you better. When complete it will have information that we know is important to you such as:

  • how and where to get help,
  • what we’re doing to support Nova Scotians,
  • links to key MHA organizations,
  • information about mental illness, substance use, gambling and wellness, etc.

As we go through our development process we plan to ask for feedback on various site features and content. Today we’re asking you to share your thoughts on a popular mental health site used in Newfoundland and Labrador called Bridge the gApp (https://www.bridgethegapp.ca). It provides access to eMental Health applications and supports (mental health services and information delivered or enhanced through the Internet and related technologies, such as apps, videoconferencing and text). The feedback we receive about Bridge the gApp will help inform what our new Nova Scotia site should include.

Giving us just ten minutes of your time will make a big difference. You would be providing us with the information we need to make positive changes in responding to how people seek out and find the support they need.

Be assured that all answers you provide will be kept in the strictest confidence

To help us track if we are hearing from a wide range of people please consider responding to a few general questions about yourself before providing your feedback on the Bridge the gapp website (https://www.bridgethegapp.ca).

Thank you!

  • Please take a few moments to browse https://www.bridgethegapp.ca and respond to the following questions. 

    Please note: The Mental Health and Addictions Program in Nova Scotia is using the website Bridge the gApp (Government of Newfoundland and Labrador) to help us determine what works and what does not. The content in terms of services available on Bridge the gApp is exclusive to Newfoundland and Labrador and not reflective of the programs and services available in Nova Scotia.

    Please take a few moments to browse https://www.bridgethegapp.ca and respond to the following questions. 

    Please note: The Mental Health and Addictions Program in Nova Scotia is using the website Bridge the gApp (Government of Newfoundland and Labrador) to help us determine what works and what does not. The content in terms of services available on Bridge the gApp is exclusive to Newfoundland and Labrador and not reflective of the programs and services available in Nova Scotia.

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