In Canada, men have a suicide rate three times higher than women. Why? We have socialized men to be strong, stoic and self-reliant; showing emotion is a sign of weakness, as is asking for help. Further, men are underserved by our traditional health and social service sectors. How can we change this reality? #BuddyUp
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RE-MIND is a collaboration between the BCCSA and Work to Wellness Rehabilitation Inc. to improve construction worker’s access to mental health information and services. The project includes the information on this website and The Lone Hunter video and resources. To learn more go to: Re-Mind BCCSA
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BounceBack® is a free program from the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) that helps you build skills to improve your mental health. Find out whether BounceBack® is right for you. To learn more and register go to: BounceBack
At Recovery College, our educational-based approach focuses on helping people recognize and develop their own resourcefulness and awareness in order to support themselves or their loved one’s recovery journey.
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It’s not always easy to keep the conversation going when someone says they’re not OK, but it could change a life. We’ve released interactive conversation roleplay videos to help you learn what to say after R U OK?
Learn more at: R U OK?
The MHCC’s current mandate aims to deliver on priority areas identified in the Mental Health Strategy for Canada in alignment with the delivery of its strategic plan. To learn more go to: MHCC