Bell Let's Talk
Bell Let's Talk
06/23/2017 at 14:45. Facebook
Talking about your mental health can only make you stronger. Tag the strongest people you know. #BellLetsTalk
Talking about your mental health can only make you stronger Tag the
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Bell Let's Talk
Bell Let's Talk
06/22/2017 at 18:55. Facebook
Did you know that Stone Hearth Bakery is one of Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness and Mental Health's 2017 Champions of Mental Health? Watch this video interview to find out how they make a difference in the lives of so many. #MHChampions17
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Bell Let's Talk
06/21/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
In honour of National Aboriginal Day today, we’d like to share the great work that one of our partners is doing.

Established in 1984, Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre Inc. has over 30 years of experience delivering culturally relevant mental health programs to Indigenous youth and their families. A 2017 Bell Let’s Talk grant has allowed Ma Mawi to launch the Strengthening Wellness Education to...
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In honour of National Aboriginal Day today wed like to share the

National Aboriginal Day

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Bell Let's Talk
06/20/2017 at 20:15. Facebook
Seeking help for your #mentalhealth is the new strong according to former CFL player and #BellLetsTalk Ambassador Shea Emry. Read his powerful opinion piece here: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Seeking help for your mentalhealth is the new strong according to former

Men and mental health: Seeking help is the new strong

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Bell Let's Talk
06/19/2017 at 20:00. Facebook
Connecting with people you care about is an important way to protect and improve your mental health. Find out ways to improve your connections or make new ones in this video.
“No makeup. No styling. Just me. I suffer from anxiety. And watching this clip I could see how anxious I was but I empathize with myself.” – Gina Rodriguez reflects on her recent Instagram post and how it made her feel. [ Ow.ly Link ]
No makeup No styling Just me I suffer from anxiety And watching

Gina Rodriguez talks about her anxiety

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Lauren Whiteway is one of Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness and Mental Health's 2017 Champions of Mental Health recipients. Watch this video interview to hear her story. Disclaimer: she’s a huge inspiration! #MHChampions17
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How an Ontario #father turned grief over son’s #suicide into conversations about youth #mentalhealth: [ Ow.ly Link ] #MHChampions17
How an Ontario father turned grief over sons suicide into conversations about

A father speaks out

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As a caregiver, it’s important that you take care of yourself first so that you can properly take care of others. CC: Ottawa Public Health
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When Leonard Reynen was diagnosed with schizophrenia, at the age of 18, he thought his life was over. Now the student dedicates his career to breaking down myths about #schizophrenia: [ Ow.ly Link ] #BellLetsTalk
When Leonard Reynen was diagnosed with schizophrenia at the age of 18

Student dedicates career to dispelling myths about schizophrenia

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It couldn’t have been easy, but Jimmy Bonnell went public with his personal struggle with mental health issues in a Facebook post this month. Read the powerful story here: [ Ow.ly Link ]
It couldnt have been easy but Jimmy Bonnell went public with his

Marystown teen details struggle with mental health

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A crisis unit for children aged 6-17 living with mental health issues is now open at Surrey Memorial Hospital. Learn more: [ Ow.ly Link ]
A crisis unit for children aged 617 living with mental health issues

Surrey child mental health crisis unit is now open

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Get up close with Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness and Mental Health’s 2017 Champion of Mental Health in the Community (Individual) Category Brian Hansell. CC: Paul Hansell Foundation #MHChampions17
Being resilient is good for our mental health because it helps us recover and work through challenges in a positive way. You can learn resilience skills at any time. Check out ways to build your resilience or help others build their resilience in this video. CC: Ottawa Public Health
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Sharon Comeau
Watch this video profiling Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness and Mental Health’s 2017 Champion of Mental Health in the Media Category Arms Bumanlag! #MHChampions17
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21-year-old Braelyn Bjornson is sharing her story in hopes of inspiring as many people as she possibly can. Read more here: [ Ow.ly Link ]
21yearold Braelyn Bjornson is sharing her story in hopes of inspiring as

Kelowna woman hopes to inspire others with her story

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It’s okay to feel sad from time to time. It’s important to know what to do if the feeling becomes overwhelming (or if you feel sad all of the time). This post from Kids Help Phone can help. [ Ow.ly Link ]
Its okay to feel sad from time to time Its important to

Let it out: How to cope with feeling sad

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“I think you’ll get better” were the simple words from a stranger that convinced a suicidal man to keep living. Read the full story here: [ Ow.ly Link ]
I think youll get better were the simple words from a stranger

"I think you'll get better"

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Carolyn Stanzel
Karin Ekengren
The stigma around mental illness can keep people from getting the help they need as well as from supporting others through difficult times. Everyone can help to reduce stigma in their communities. Get some ideas about how you can play a role in this video. CC: Ottawa Public Health
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Students at Regina’s St. Matthew Elementary School are on a mission to pay it forward and prove that kindness has the power to improve mental health and well-being. Read the inspiring story here: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Students at Reginas St Matthew Elementary School are on a mission to

Regina students write kind letters to promote mental health through Letters to No One campaign

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