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2022-02-09

Think Research Selected to Launch Virtual Walk-In Mental Health Platform for Children and Youth in Ontario

Flagship video series Straight Talk on COVID-19, launched in early 2021 by subsidiary MDBriefCase, has been viewed by healthcare professionals over 28,000 times to date.

TORONTO, ON, February 9, 2022 – Think Research Corporation (TSXV:THNK) (“Think” or the “Company”), a company focused on transforming healthcare through digital health software solutions, is pleased to announce its selection by the Children and Youth Mental Health Lead Agency Consortium (LAC) to provide a first in Ontario mental health platform intended to improve access to mental health services for children, youth and their families across the province. The LAC represents the lead agencies from 33 service areas across Ontario.   

“Children and families will benefit from in-the-moment, virtual clinical counselling and an entry point into community mental health services. This level and quality of care will improve mental health outcomes for this diverse community throughout and beyond the pandemic,” said David Willis, Senior Director, Strides Toronto and Program Co-Chair. “We selected Think for their proven ability to develop, deliver and implement a unique virtual walk-in platform for mental health counselling.”

Once launched, the solution would enable clients to easily access provincial mental health services that best address individual needs, including online counselling, resources, and referrals to additional services as needed. Clients will be able to connect with mental health services directly through chat, video and voice and refer to other clinical services if required. This multi-year initiative will complement the provincial solutions that Think already provides as the prime vendor for the province’s digital referral system.

Visit the Think Research website to read the full press release