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When it comes to mental health, now more than ever, every action counts.

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Joined on 28 January, 2011

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.@KidsHelpPhone’s mindfulness colouring book is a great way to de-stress, relax or take your mind off of things. Colour in 5 phrases that serve as reminders to be kind and compassionate to yourself, especially when experiencing difficult emotions:

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In an interview on #BellLetsTalk Day, our Friend of Bell Let’s Talk and lawyer Beth Beattie shared her personal experiences with bipolar disorder and how she learned to get help and overcome the stigma surrounding #mentalillness.

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It's National Nutrition Month and we’d like to highlight the work of our 2019 Community Fund partner, @FoodShareTO. With their grant, they supported 92 clients through a horticultural therapy program:

Visit our website to apply for a 2021 grant.

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Quoted @TAIBU_CHC

𝐋𝐮𝐧𝐜𝐡 𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐋𝐞𝐚𝐫𝐧 𝐰𝐢𝐭𝐡 @AfricaCentreYEG!

Join us today for:
𝟷𝟸 𝙿𝙼 - Youth Mental Health & Wellness: A Conversation
Presenter: Dr. Leonard Edwards, Ph.D

𝟸 𝙿𝙼 - Suicide Prevention in Black Youth
Presenter: Phontaine Thompson
🌟RSVP:

As #BlackMentalHealthWeek continues, @TAIBU_CHC and @AfricaCentreYEG are presenting free daily lunch and learns. Today’s events include conversations about youth #mentalhealth and #suicideprevention in Black youth. To learn more or register:

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Our Friend of Bell Let’s Talk @tylersimmonds addresses the stigma around mental illness in black communities in his latest film “In Search of Healing”, which screened last week at the virtual Halifax Black Film Festival. Learn more about his film:

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The Canadian Mental Health Association Waterloo Wellington (@cmhaww) is bringing a youth mental health and support services site to the township of Fergus in June 2021. Learn more:

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Quoted @MHCC_

If you’re hesitant to ask for help, remember that Culturally specific resources exist. Your local community health centre may be able to help you find the program or counsellor that most closely matches your background or experience #BlackMentalHealthDay

For information and resources about Black #mentalhealth, read Shining A Light On Mental Health In Black Communities from @MHCC_. #BellLetsTalk

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Quoted @WorkmanArtsTO

AROBA: A Room Of Black Artists is happening today - you can register for any of the three sessions up until they start. Visit to view the schedule and sign up now! #BlackMentalHealthDay #AROBA #BlackWellness #BlackArtists #BlackCreatives

There is still time to join @WorkmanArtsTO this afternoon for a virtual event AROBA: A Room of Black Artists, the first of an annual symposium that promotes Black mental wellness in the arts community. To learn more or register: #BellLetsTalk

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Quoted @TAIBU_CHC

We are marking Black Mental Health Week from March 1st to March 5th. This is the launch. More information to come about events during the week.... see you all at the events @cityoftoronto @CABR_Toronto

Today through March 5 @TAIBU_CHC is marking Black Mental Health Week. Join them throughout the week for live virtual events focused on #mentalhealth in the Black community.

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On this #BlackMentalHealthDay, we highlight the great work of the #BellLetsTalk Diversity Fund recipients who support the #mentalhealth of the Black community everyday of the year. Learn more about the projects that we’re funding:

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In an interview on #BellLetsTalk Day, our Friend of Bell Let’s Talk and lawyer Beth Beattie shared her personal experiences with bipolar disorder and how she learned to get help and overcome the stigma surrounding #mentalillness.

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Replying to @KidsHelpPhone: Today is #PinkShirtDay. Cyberbullying is a serious problem that many people are dealing with. Check out things you can d…

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On March 23, @CAMHnews will be hosting a virtual mental health care leadership discussion series on the future of virtual mental health Learn more or register at: #BellLetsTalk

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Today is #PinkShirtDay. Cyberbullying is a serious problem that many people are dealing with. Check out things you can do if you are experiencing cyberbullying today.

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A webinar in partnership with @queensu, Mental Health in Diverse Communities, is now available on YouTube. Tune in for a discussion focused on resiliency and mental well-being in diverse communities. #BellLetsTalk

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Quoted @KidsHelpPhone

Today we are launching #BrighterDays - a program designed by Indigenous experts to provide First Nations, Inuit and Métis youth with the skills, tools and resources to support their well-being.

.@KidsHelpPhone launches #BrighterDays, a new program developed by Indigenous experts to empower First Nations, Inuit and Métis youth with skills, tools and resources to support their well-being. Learn more:

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Applications for the new $2.5M #BellLetsTalk Post-Secondary Fund are being accepted until February 26. Post-secondary institutions can learn more about the fund and apply for a grant here:

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#BellLetsTalk Community Fund partner @KIDTHINK_Inc’s Friends Resilience Program offers #mentalhealth strategies and skills for children and families in Winnipeg. Learn more: #BellLetsTalk

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Quoted @Foundrybc

Provincial Eating Disorders Awareness Week is from Feb 1-7, 2021. Eating Disorders, disordered eating, and body image challenges affect anyone and everyone.
Learn more about Eating Disorders and Body Image ➡️

#PEDAW2021 #EDAW #foundrybc #youthmentalhealth

If you or a young person in your life is looking for information about eating disorders and body image, @Foundrybc has resources and information for youth available: #EDAW2021

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Quoted @MHCC_

Abigail has struggled with body image issues since she was young. At 16, she started purging. A friend found out and sent her the link to a video on eating disorders. Find out what happened next in "Mental Health, Technology and You" #EDAW2021

The @MHCC_’s “Mental Health, Technology and You” resource shows Canadians how digital technologies can provide more choices for #mentalhealth supports and services. Read how Abigail used technology to find support for an eating disorder. #EDAW2021

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