GUELPH, ONT., MARCH 27, 2017—Mood Disorders Society of Canada (MDSC) is pleased to see funding to support military families, veterans and Canadians who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and mental illness in the federal government’s 2017 budget.
Among the commitments Finance Minister Bill Morneau outlined in the budget were:
- $17.5 million over four years to [...]
I am very happy to announce that the University of New Brunswick has partnered with us on our Elephant in the Room Anti-Stigma Campaign, raising awareness about mental health at the school.
Too often, people are afraid of talking about mental illness because of the stigma which is attached to it. By displaying the blue elephant, [...]
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The Mood Disorders Society of Canada has grown out of the vision and drive of a number of mental health consumer leaders from across Canada who in 1995 saw the need for a broad- based structure to bring consumers of mental health services [...]
WELCOME TO OUR UPDATE!
MDSC SUPPORTS $5B INVESTMENT IN TARGETED MENTAL HEALTH FUNDING
We know that mental illness affects every household in our country, directly or indirectly, and we are thankful that this serious illness will receive focused funding to support the health care needs of Canadians.
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A Collaborative Approach to Addressing Suicide
Presentation to House of Commons Veterans Affairs Committee Meeting
For its study on Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Among Veterans
Delivered by Phil Upshall and Dave Gallson
Feb. 15, 2017
Thank you Mr. Chair and fellow committee members for the opportunity to speak today on this very important study on [...]
Times and dates are approximate. Just so you know, it's extremely rare for me to talk about my mental illness with people. Only a few good friends know, literally. Even though they know, it's not talked about it. I'm always trying to analyze why I don't talk about it. Maybe it's my upbringing, and/or the [...]
Government must support small and large innovative health projects in timely fashion for ideas to grow into outcomes for Canadians
OTTAWA, FEB. 7, 2017—The APEC Digital Hub for Mental Health welcomes [...]
Struggling with mental illnesses is never easy. However, we don't need easy we just need possible - and recovery IS possible. Sometimes you may feel like giving up, but just remember you're never alone. This video helps explain my personal struggles with Bipolar Disorder and what I have learned about it so far.
CAMIMH Encourages Everyone to Talk, Text and Join the Conversation on Bell Let’s Talk Day, January 25, 2017!
OTTAWA (January 19, 2017) The Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness and Mental Health (CAMIMH) would like everyone to take a moment on January 25th to talk, text and join in on social media in support of Bell Let’s Talk Day and mental health in Canada.
As the national voice for 17 health associations, CAMIMH hopes to [...]