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The See Different Movement will equip high school students across Canada with the motivation,
knowledge and skills to effect positive social change in their environment by promoting the value of
diversity and inclusion. The Movement will be comprised of three major components: a National survey, a National Campaign, and a multi-layered In-school Program.
The Carson J Spencer Foundation uses innovation to create a world where leaders and communities are committed to sustaining a passion for living. Because over 70% of the people who die by suicide are of working age (CDC), partnering with companies is imperative to suicide prevention. By using evidence based practices, the workplace has the potential to effectively address suicide prevention and intervention, as well as the crisis that often follows a suicide death or attempt.
Edu-Therapy™ is clearly the most current and effective process for dealing with the
conflicting emotions caused by events in our lives that have the potential to create grief. The
process moves grieving individuals from a place of pain and sadness to resolution of the
relationship in a short period of time.
The Grief Edu-Therapy™ Process is a natural adjunct treatment in many mental health,
wellness and addictions environments. Professionals love the dynamic pace of the The Grief
Edu-Therapy™ Process and the eight-session format easily incorporates into most existing
practices and treatment modalities.
A grief resource center of books, journals, DVDs, CDs, and keepsakes. Centering's catalog includes hundreds of resources for grieving families and caregivers. A 501(c)3 nonprofit, Centering was founded in 1978 by Joy and Dr. Marvin Johnson.
ABCD: After Breast Cancer Diagnosis provides “FREE,” personalized information and one-to-one support to those affected by breast cancer – patients, families and friends. Trained and professionally supported volunteer survivors and co-survivors help those battling breast cancer,
from the newly diagnosed to those in treatment and beyond.
The mission of The Eating Disorder Foundation is to be an effective resource in the prevention and elimination of eating disorders through education, support, and advocacy. We offer a variety of free support groups, drop-in services, and free educational presentations. Please see our website for more information on our current offerings.
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.
Since 2007 BlackDemographics.com has combined data about African Americans from government agencies, universities, and research centers and applied simple analysis with tables, charts and graphs all in one place. This makes BlackDemographics.com a top resource for information regarding the Black community in America.
Are you looking for an agency that believes in comprehensive intervention designed to meet the individual needs of each child it serves? Using the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis, Autism Partnership is devoted to enhancing overall quality of life through treatment focused on the development of improved social interaction, play and leisure skills, meaningful communication, classroom readiness, peer relationships, and improved independence. For more information, please visit our website at www.autismpartnership.ca.
APSE is the only national organization with an exclusive focus on integrated employment and career advancement opportunities for individuals with disabilities. APSE is a growing national non-profit membership organization, founded in 1988 and is now known as Association of People Supporting EmploymentFirst (APSE).