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Dr. Theresa Tam Oct 5
It’s Mental Health Awareness Week. Please remember that: → It’s okay not to be okay. → It’s okay to ask for help. Here is a place to start:
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Dr. Theresa Tam Oct 4
Mental Illness Awareness Week starts today. As we navigate these challenging times by adjusting our behaviours, attitudes, and social interactions, now more than ever Cdns understand that there is no health without mental health.
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Mental Health NIMH Oct 5
It’s Mental Illness Awareness Week: Do you need help with your mental health? If you don't know where to start, this new infographic may help guide you: .
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Michele Sparling 🇨🇦 ON, NS, CB Oct 5
This week is World Mental Illness Awareness Week. When a family member is in crisis, the family is often also in crisis. It's important for parents/family caregivers to look after themselves so they can be there for their loved one.
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Royal Canadian Navy Oct 7
Shipmates, you are not alone. You have a support system waiting to help you with any burden or challenge you are facing. Reach out, we are here for you.
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Public Service Commission of Canada Oct 6
It’s important to recognize your feelings and the disruption caused by COVID-19 in our personal and working lives. Here are some tips to maintain and promote your mental health at work during this pandemic:
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Dr. Theresa Tam Oct 7
This week is Mental Illness Awareness Week, a time for us to come together to raise awareness of mental illness and help end the stigma often associated with it.
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Denise Fisher🇨🇦 Oct 8
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RCMP Oct 5
This , we are reminded to take care of one another and ourselves by reaching out for support when needed. Our employees and their families can visit our website for resources to help:
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Dr. Dayna Lee-Baggley Oct 7
Someone asked me if I was seeing anyone and I very excitedly started telling her about seeing my psychologist until she said “I meant are you dating anyone” 😆
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Fardous Hosseiny Oct 6
It is time to make access to mental heath care a priority. It is time to publicly fund evidence-based therapies - everyone in Canada deserves access to well-funded and coordinated community based mental health supports when and where they need them.
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Brent Down Oct 8
Very proud to support Belong clothing along with as part of . Gabrielle Rossitter (Center) is a 16 year old from who created Belong clothing to raise awareness and funds for
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LGen Christopher Coates Oct 7
The mental health of our Force is a priority, every week. The well-being of all matters. Check in on those around you. Show you care, and let them know help is available. Maintain that watch, and make a difference to somebody else.
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VAdm/Vam Art McDonald Oct 7
Shipmates! It’s Mental Illness Awareness Week, so let’s reach out to a shipmate today, connect with one another. Mental illness cannot be tackled alone, & there are many resources available to everyone, you are not alone.
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PSD Stella Oct 10
Today is 🌟 Remember ➡️ : “Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear & the blind can see.” 🌟 🐾Stella
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Elissa Dodd Oct 8
I live with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder & so does my daughter. You wouldn’t know it to look at us, but it’s always there, eating up our precious time & energy. You never know what someone is going through on the inside. Be kind. We all have something heavy to carry.
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Centre of Excellence on PTSD Oct 10
October 10 is . Today, it's important to acknowledge that there is no health without and that we must prioritize access to and investment in mental health services for all. Learn more:
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Mental Health NIMH Oct 6
During Mental Illness Awareness Week, help NIMH raise awareness about mental disorders and the importance of mental health research! Share these free education and outreach materials with your community: .
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Ann-Marie O'Brien Oct 5
Once more for the folks in the back: Mental illness and mental health are not the same thing. Mental illness requires treatment. Mental health requires nurturance Let’s all take good care of each other.
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Erin O'Toole Oct 4
During take time to discuss mental illness, challenges that go along with it and the impact the pandemic may be having on your wellbeing. There’s no shame in speaking up. 🤗 Let’s end the stigma so everyone can have the support they need!
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