This week is Mental Health Week (May 1st-7th 2011). Did you know that the Canadian Mental Health Association's Mental Health Week is celebrating 60 years? MHW continues to make a great impact across the nation. What an amazing achievement!
- The Toronto Star’s healthzone featured an article about the new Centre for Addiction and Mental Health opening in Toronto.
- The Vancouver Courier published an article about Mental Health Week celebrating its 60th anniversary. Mental Health Week was also covered in many other local and community papers.
- The Vancouver Sun reported on a new mental health facility to be built at the Lions Gate Hospital in North Shore, B.C.
- On Monday, May 2nd 2011, past Champion of Mental Health, Margaret Trudeau, spoke to a large crowd in Belleville, Ontario about her struggles with mental illness (via The Intelligencer).
- Coast Mental Health published a story about one of this year’s Courage to Come Back Award recipients, Curtis Baldwinson.
- As part of Mental Health Week, The Montreal Gazette examined the links between depression and work environment. The article includes tips about symptoms and ways to deal with stress.
- The National Post reported about the play “Crazy Man” which helps to inform children in Toronto about mental illness.
- Toronto kicked off Mental Health Week on May 1st 2011 with a walk to raise fund for Kids Help Phone (via The Digital Journal).
- The Toronto Star reported on new research linking dropout rates to mental health, and encourages the adoption of more mental health programs in schools.
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Happy Mental Health Week everyone!