Dianne Lafferty, Aboriginal Education Coordinator of Yellowknife Catholic Academic institutions and the regional coordinator for the NWT sites of the project. ‘Working with community partners in Yellowknife and Behchoko offers helped us optimize that balance between evidence-structured programming and regional suit.’.. CAMH receives $2.5 million PHAC grant to increase school-based violence prevention program The CAMH Centre for Prevention Science is delighted that the Honourable Leona Aglukkaq, Minister of Health, today announced funding to expand the reach of CAMH’s highly successful Fourth R System.Nearly all patients will do better if indeed they receive ongoing maintenance treatment. .. City life bad for brain, study says: What’s the fix? Ever wonder why city slickers seem even more stressed out than folks who live in the country? A new research suggests the answer may lie in your brains deep. Previous research showed that people who live in cities have higher rates of anxiety and depression, but this is the initial to pinpoint the changes in the brain that underlie the phenomenon. For the scholarly study, released in the journal Nature, scientists from the University of Heidelberg and McGill University utilized useful magnetic resonance imaging to scan the brains greater than 100 learners from various communities, small and large, in Germany.