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Autism Canada has been the hub of knowledge and understanding about Autism Spectrum Disorder in Canada since 1976. Our mandate is to work collaboratively with our provincial and territorial organizations, associations and societies to champion ASD priorities. We curate the exchange of information between individuals with ASD, families, professionals, researchers, governments and the public. Autism Canada actively encourages the sharing of best practices and programs, and advocates passionately for Canadians living with autism.
This Is My Brave, Inc. is a national 501c3 organization that provides a platform for individuals to share their true, personal stories of living successful, full lives despite mental illness through poetry, essay, original music and comedy on stage in front of a live audience to end the stigma. We also share stories submitted to us via our blog, and all our shows are professionally videotaped and uploaded to our YouTube channel.
Through the sharing of stories and experiences of those in recovery, we provide a sense of community and hope; and encourage others to share their stories. We believe that each time one of us shares our story, there’s another crack helping to break down the stigma surrounding mental illness. We believe in the power of community. There’s strength found in people coming together to propel a movement forward which is why we created our organization. One day we hope to live in a world where we won't have to call it brave for talking openly about mental illness; we'll simply call it talking.
Diversity! in the Workplace is the only online publication dedicated to workplace diversity and inclusion. We deliver national and global news, best practices, management tips and advice, profiles and diversity champions. Resource links and upcoming events keep you in the loop. Visit www.diversityintheworkplace.ca.
The Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre provides information, resources, peer support and system navigation to children, youth and families in BC who are experiencing mental health and/or substance use challenges.
The Mental Health Helpline provides information about mental health services in Ontario Canada. We are funded by the Government of Ontario.
Our service is live answer 24/7, confidential and free.
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A helpful Information and Referral Specialist will answer your call, email or web chat 24/7. Our service is free and confidential.
provide information about counselling services and supports in your community
listen, offer support and provide strategies to help you meet your goals
provide basic education about mental illness
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The Mental Health Helpline is a service of ConnexOntario, a free and confidential health service information organization funded by the Ontario Government.
The Self-Injury and Recovery Research and Resources(SIRRR) is part of the Cornell Research Program on Self-Injury and Recovery and summarizes our work, and provides links and resources to self injury information. Our work is intended to generate new research and insight into self-injury. We also aim to translate the growing body of knowledge about self-injury into resources and tools useful for
those seeking to better understand, treat, and prevent it.
MannMukti translates to “mental liberation” in Hindi. We are one of the first non profit organization to directly address the mental health stigma in the South Asian community through a platform of storytelling. MannMukti is a one-stop resource for South Asians to learn about address mental health concerns together.
South Asian Therapist Database: https://www.mannmukti.org/south-asian-professionals
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/mannmukti/
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/mannmukti/
Facebook Community Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/206684379895063/
Twitter - https://twitter.com/mannmukti
LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/mannmukti/
PFLAG Canada is a national charitable organization, founded by parents who wished to help themselves and their family members understand and accept their non-heterosexual children. The "coming-out" process can be a critical time for families. When the adjustment period is particularly long or painful, relationships can become permanently damaged, resulting in a lifetime of emotional scars. People cannot always rise above the challenge of accepting themselves or their family member, and the results can be devastating, even fatal. We support these families through today, and give them hope for a better tomorrow.
Renewed provides free, professional and confidential referrals for anyone affected by an eating disorder, educational training for healthcare professionals and a supportive community for those on the journey to renewed wellness. Formerly the Eating Disorders Coalition of Tennessee (EDCT), Renewed is one of the first 501(c)3 organizations in the southeast exclusively focused on eating disorders.
OPACC was established in 1995 and supports families of children with cancer throughout Ontario through our in-hospital Parent Liaison program, which provides non-medical, peer-to-peer support and financial assistance; by establishing local parent support groups in communities throughout the Province; and by advocating on issues of importance to childhood cancer families.