National Network for Mental Health
The National Network for Mental Health (NNMH) acts to advocate, to educate, and to offer expertise and resources to increase the health and well being of the community of Canadians with the lived experience of mental health issues. The NNMH will provide a framework of communications to serve as inclusive and collective voices across Canada, to dispel the stigma and myth of mental illness through, education, health promotion!
14th session of the Conference of States Parties (COSP) to the United Nations (UN) Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
SENT ON BEHALF OF EMPLOYMENT AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT CANADA – OFFICE FOR DISABILITY ISSUES Hello, We are contacting you today to share information on how to attend the 14th session of the Conference of States Parties (COSP) to the United Nations (UN) _Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities_(CRPD), taking place virtually from June
Source: https://london.ctvnews.ca Kristin Legault has struggled with mental illness for many years. She’s been in and out of hospital several times and has shared her mental health journey with CTV News over the years. Now, Legault is taking her experiences and using them to help others who are faced with a mental health crisis. “I
Source: cbc.ca A one time payment of up to $600 will be sent to those who are eligible, at the end of October As a disabled person, Murielle Pitre has dealt with extra costs throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. “You have like increased fees, deliveries and deliveries for food, the price of food is going up.
You will find below an invitation from Statistics Canada to participate in a crowd-sourcing collection initiative to better understand how Canadians are doing during the COVID-19 pandemic. We encourage everyone to take part. Invitation from Statistics Canada: Statistics Canada is collecting data on the impacts of COVID-19 on Canadians’ mental health and well-being. Your participation