mental health

Pandemic threatens to deepen crisis in mental health care

Pandemic threatens to deepen crisis in mental health care

Pandemic threatens to deepen crisis in mental health care

Pandemic threatens to deepen crisis in mental health care
We must work together to fight the stigma around mental health challenges that can hinder people from seeking help.

Mental health matters—and it’s ok to need help

You are not alone if you’re struggling with your mental health

  • May 18, 2020
We must work together to fight the stigma around mental health challenges that can hinder people from seeking help.
The majority of Canadian military personnel have been ordered to isolate at home because of COVID-19 to ensure they’re healthy for whenever the Forces are asked to assist with the pandemic or a natural disaster. Around 85 per cent are believed to be staying home. CP photo

Troops urged to seek help as use of mental-health services hits ‘all-time low’

It’s not clear why troops are no longer calling the military’s help lines

The majority of Canadian military personnel have been ordered to isolate at home because of COVID-19 to ensure they’re healthy for whenever the Forces are asked to assist with the pandemic or a natural disaster. Around 85 per cent are believed to be staying home. CP photo
(Pxhere)

60% of Canadian workers would take a pay cut for better mental health support: survey

Survey found 77% of workers would leave for better wellness initiatives

(Pxhere)
‘Project All In’ sees support in Ponoka

‘Project All In’ sees support in Ponoka

The mental health advocacy project is about first responders mental health support

‘Project All In’ sees support in Ponoka