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We've started a conversation about mental health. Now, let’s take it one step further. Let’s fight to end the stigma surrounding mental illness.
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Kids Help Phone May 17
Today is the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia. Young people wanting to make a difference and be a supportive ally to the LGBTQ2S+ community can learn more here:
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Bell Let's Talk May 17
Goalie Robin Lehner opens up about his bipolar disorder diagnosis along with how supportive the team an coaches have been: “They've been incredibly…open-minded and nonjudgmental.” Read about his inspirational journey here:
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Bell Let's Talk May 14
One of this year’s recipients of a Courage to Come Back award is Erin Emiru for overcoming her battle with only to become an advocate and adviser to those still struggling. Read her inspiring story here: cc:
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Bell Let's Talk May 13
Congratulations to our Friend of , Audley Coley, who recently received a Montreal Community Cares Award for the work he’s doing to raise awareness for mental health issues. To read more about Audley’s story, visit
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Bell Let's Talk May 13
Yesterday marked the start of National Police Week. We are proud to include & police officers from around Canada as partners in eradicating the stigma around mental illness. Thanks to all officers from coast to coast to coast!
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Bell Let's Talk May 9
Whether you live with or not, we can all strive for positive . This week, about what mental health means to you. cc:
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Bell Let's Talk May 9
The today issued a call for nominations for the 17th annual Faces of Mental Illness campaign. To nominate yourself or someone you know before the June 6th deadline, please visit .
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Bell Let's Talk May 8
Congratulations to the 7 Champions of Mental Health Award recipients, honoured in Ottawa last night. To learn more about their achievements, visit:
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Bell Let's Talk May 7
We are excited to celebrate the achievements of 7 amazing individuals and organizations who are getting loud every day about mental health!
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Bell Let's Talk May 7
Thank you for sharing these strategies to boost our mental health on both the good days and bad.
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Bell Let's Talk May 7
Today is ! We’re proud to join and encourage everyone to "talk" about their whole health.
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Bell Let's Talk May 6
It’s ! Reach out to to receive your tailored 3-point action plan on today.
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Bell Let's Talk May 6
Today, our friends at launched a game-changing resource for people to learn how to be there for someone who is struggling with their mental health. Visit to access this new resource.
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Bell Let's Talk May 2
Ahead of Mental Health Week May on 6th -12th, we encourage you to check in on your with this checklist from :
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Bell Let's Talk May 1
Anxiety can take on many forms so it’s important to know the signs, along with what you can do to cope. Click the link to get some helpful tips from and read more about the Walk So Kids Can Talk taking place this Sunday:
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Bell Let's Talk May 1
Claire Kerr-Zlobin, founder of , a free resource and one of Canada’s largest parenting peer-support networks, shares valuable information and advice for families faced with perinatal mood and anxiety disorders:
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Bell Let's Talk May 1
We’re inspired by the support that you give to moms and families everyday across Canada!
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Bell Let's Talk May 1
Thank you for sharing such valuable information for families looking for information and support.
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Bell Let's Talk May 1
As we celebrate , we want to highlight one of the Community Fund partners, Centre périnatal Le Berceau, who received $20,000 to offer a free support group for families struggling with postnatal depression:
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Bell Let's Talk Apr 30
A recent study has shown that early treatment for mood and disorders result in improved patient outcomes and access to care – all while saving health care costs. Read more here:
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