SC2.0 in action

Newfoundland and Labrador

Launched in September 2017, the Newfoundland and Labrador SC2.0 e-mental health demonstration project was part of a mental health system transformation that took place across the province aimed at implementing e-mental health tools and open access through the SC2.0 model. The project was a collaboration between Stepped Care Solutions, the Mental Health Commission of Canada, Memorial University and the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. The system transformation that took place during this initiative continues to see positive population and patient outcomes.

“My home province of Newfoundland and Labrador may be small, but with Stepped Care 2.0, we’ve shown home-grown innovation that has the potential to change how we deliver care across the country.”
Louise Bradley
Former President and CEO
Mental Health Commission of Canada

Stepped Care 2.0 E-Mental Health Demonstration Project Final Report 

Northwest Territories

Since 2020, we have been working with the Northwest Territories (NWT), a vast, remote region in Canada’s high north, to introduce elements of SC2.0. In partnership with the Mental Health Commission of Canada, we continue to provide the NWT with training, consultation and support.

Nova Scotia

The Province is collaborating with the Mental Health Commission of Canada and Stepped Care Solutions to launch SC2.0 to improve access to mental health and addictions programs.

“Mental health and addictions is an issue that’s important to all of us, as it touches so many of our families and friends. We continuously look for ways to improve how care is delivered and how Nova Scotians access that care, including virtually. Stepped Care 2.0 is an excellent example of making these important services more accessible, and I am pleased to see it launch here in Nova Scotia.”
Honorable Leo A. Glavine
Minister of Health and Wellness
Government of Nova Scotia