This is mentalhealthday.org

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At mentalhealthday.org you’ll find a holistic approach to mental well-being. To improve mental illness we need to weave the mental, physical, spiritual, emotional, and environmental aspects of your mental well-being together. These are the pillars of health and are interconnected for a person to thrive, no just survive.

Conditions

If you have behavioural, emotional or mental health concerns that affect any aspect of your life, we can help find a solution that works for your unique situation

Our Story

Supporting mind and body

We know that the mind-body connection is real but that doesn’t mean it’s easy to understand. When it comes to gaining a deeper insight into your mental health and overall well-being, you need clear and concise information from experts who know what they’re talking about and genuinely care about your wellbeing.

We want to transform how you explore your mental health and psychology topics in a way that’s approachable, personal, and stigma-free. We want to break down the complex health jargon, reflect on the latest research, and present the most accurate information that empowers you to take an active role in understanding how your brain and mind work.

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Latest Research

We're dedicated to finding and utilizing the latest research to improve the function of brains

Whole Person

True health is much more than the absence of disease. It is a total state of wellbeing, including physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and social components.

Quality sourced

Our goal is to provide you with information, products, and connections that improve your mental and physical well-being

Our Mental wellness space

The Home To Improve Your Brain.
Naturally. Sustainably.

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You’re not stuck with the brain you have, you can make it better. If we want to end mental illness, it has to begin with a revolution in brain health.¬†Though the rates of conditions like depression, anxiety, bipolar disorders, addictions, PTSD, and ADHD are skyrocketing, the standard treatment and success rates in treating these conditions have barely changed in the last 70 years.

Our Priorities

What We're
all About

Despite how prevalent these conditions are, being diagnosed with a mental illness or psychiatric disorder insidiously taints or stains everyone who struggles with perceived issues of the mind
Reducing stigma
We want to educate everyone on basic brain health, so they can make smart decisions when it comes to how they treat their bodies. We know that brain health is central to all health, wellness and success.
Improving brain health
Every day, 10 people in Canada die from suicide. The MHCC is working to build capacity across the country to address this silent crisis. From grass-roots projects to evidence-informed training, reducing suicides means empowering and supporting people to effectively intervene where they live and work.
Suicide Prevention
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